Comrade Lazo confirmed the spirit of cooperation shown by the government of Kenya and appreciated its understanding of this sensitive and painful matter. The information obtained is being currently processed by the authorities in charge of following up on such a thorough and important investigation. Meanwhile, procedures are being followed with several governments and international actors in search for cooperation and further clarification.
As every year, the Cuban Alumni Association's calendar of activities began this Sunday with a religious service in which Cuba was the protagonist. On this occasion, the appointment was at the Holy Family Roman Catholic Church of Molineux.
The pastor of the church during the sermon, referred to Cuba as an island full of goodness, which has done much for friendly nations. He criticized the media campaigns that are generated against the Island from various parts of the world and encouraged those present to learn more about the country and its people.
The Aambassador of the Republic of Cuba, David Rivero Pérez, made a working visit to the island of Nevis, where he was received by the Minister of Health of this territory, Jahnel Nisbett, Senator with ministerial responsibilities in Health, Gender Affairs and Social Services. She was also accompanied by the Permanent Secretary of the branch, Shelisa Martin-Clarke. The meeting made it possible to confirm the excellent state of cooperation in health matters after a review of the main issues, while leaving open the possibility of an increase in this regard.
On this Monday morning, the Premier of Nevis, Honorable Mark Brantley held a warm meeting with the Cuban Ambassador David Rivero Pérez who was accompanied by Dr. Odalis Abreu Guirado, Head of the Cuban Medical Brigade, on a work visit to this island. Once again, the Honorable Brantley conveyed to the visitors his condemnation of the unjust blockade imposed by the United States Government on Cuba as well as his gratitude to the Greater Antilles for its contribution in the health and education sectors.
With the conviction that the Homeland is one and that wherever we are we will be part of it, several topics of great interest were debated this weekend in a meeting with a representation of the Cuban community residing in St. Kitts, Ambassador David Rivero and Ivón Tomé, Counselor in charge of consular affairs in this Federation.