St. Kitts and Nevis

Warm meeting between the Vice President of Cuba, Salvador Valdés Mesa and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Saint Kitts and Nevis, Rt. Hon.Dr. Denzil Douglas

"It is a great pleasure for me to be here with you, on behalf of Prime Minister Drew, and to be able to listen to you,”" Douglas told Valdés Mesa. My country, he told him, confirms the deep gratitude of our Government and people, to the Government and the people of Cuba, which, despite the difficult conditions it is going through, has found the way to continue supporting us in our development.

"Saint Kitts and Nevis was the last CARICOM country to obtain its independence, we are the smallest in the Caribbean Community, but we are not afraid to publicly support Cuba and its people," Minister of Foreign Affairs Denzil Douglas emphasized to the Cuban Vice President.

Ambassador of Cuba to St. Kitts and Nevis visits Acting Permanent Secretary of Health.

The Acting Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Health of this Federation, Curtis Martin, recently appointed to the position, received a visit by the ambassador of the Republic of Cuba, David Rivero Pérez, this morning at the headquarters of the Ministry of Health.

The meeting held in an affable mood, was favorable for the formal presentations by both parties, as well as for the approach to issues of common interest, with emphasis on cooperation in this sector and the performance of the Cuban Medical Brigade that works here.

Cuban Ambassador to Saint Kitts and Nevis and Permanent Secretary of the Public Infrastructure Ministry evaluate a cooperation project

The Ambassador of the Republic of Cuba, David Rivero held a working meeting with the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Transportation, Information, Communication and Technology and Post Office of Saint Kitts and Nevis, Daryll R. Lloyd, this Thursday morning, at the headquarters of the Ministry.

Among the topics addressed, the proposal for collaboration in the construction sphere by hiring Cuban management and technical assistance stood out.

Virtual meeting between Cuba and Saint Kitts and Nevis marks a new path of cooperation.

On Tuesday afternoon, took place the first coordination meeting for a future joint cooperation project between Saint Kitts and Nevis and Cuba, in the Construction sector. During the meeting, topics of common interest were reviewed, while were laid the foundations for the beginning of a project that will continue to strengthen and diversify the historical cooperative relations between these sister nations of the Caribbean

Cuban Ambassador paid a courtesy call to the Parliament of Saint Kitts and Nevis.

The ambassador of the Republic of Cuba, David Rivero Pérez, paid a courtesy call to the Speaker of the National Assembly of Saint Kitts and Nevis, the Honorable Lanein Blanchette, who was accompanied by Ms Trevlyn Stapleton, clerk of this Parliament and Mauriel Knight, deputy clerk. During the cordial meeting, held in the National Assembly Chambers at Government Headquarters, both parties congratulated themselves on the good state of bilateral relations and expressed the will to continue strengthening the ties between the respective Parliaments.

Religious service opens the calendar of activities for this year of the Cuban Alumni Association

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.

Premier of Nevis receives Ambassador of Cuba on a working visit.

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.

New health cooperators join the Cuban Medical Brigade in Saint Kitts and Nevis

Two new health cooperators from #Cuba arrived in St Kitts this weekend to join the Medical Brigade that has been providing its services in this Federation for more than two decades. With these new additions there are 16 professionals who, with a humanistic vocation and unwavering commitment, continue to give life to this sister Caribbean nation.

The ceremony for the eighteenth graduation of nationals graduated from Cuban universities was held in Basseterre

As is tradition, this weekend the graduation ceremony of three new professionals from Saint Kitts and Nevis, who studied at Cuban universities, was held in this city; a Doctor of Medicine, a Civil Engineer and a Health Technologist. The event, organized by the Association of Graduates in Cuba, was chaired by the Prime Minister of the Federation, Honorable Dr. Terrance M. Drew, who is also an active member of this union.


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