Cuba in St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves receives Cuban Medical Brigade "Henry Reeve".

Kingstown, July 14. A few hours after their departure, Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves and other members of his cabinet received at the Official Residence the Cuban collaborators who are members of the Henry Reeve Brigade and who are returning to the Homeland with their duties fulfilled.

In his words of gratitude, the Vincentian leader recalled the internationalist feat of our people, recalling passages from our presence in Africa, the decisive role in the end of apartheid and the ever-present legacy of the Commander in Chief.

Cuban collaborators are meeting in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Kingstown, June 27. All the Cuban collaborators who give their solidarity aid in St. Vincent and the Grenadines held an emotional meeting, the first to take place after this sister country announced last Wednesday the recovery of the last two active cases affected by Covid-19.

The moment was propitious for the Chiefs of the different Brigades working here to explain the actions developed in the health and construction sectors, respectively.

Commonwealth countries remember Queen Elizabeth II's anniversary.

Kingstown, June 15th. The leadership of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, as part of the Commonwealth nations, held a simple ceremony to mark the anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II, who serves as Head of State of the Commonwealth countries. The "official" birthday of the monarch is celebrated on the second Saturday of June.

At the event held in the capital, Governor General Susan Dogan and Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves took the floor. Members of the Diplomatic Corps, personalities from politics, culture and the Vincentian intelligentsia also participated.