Cuba in Trinidad and Tobago

Carmona praises Fidel’s help for region

PRESIDENT Anthony Carmona yesterday telephoned Cuban Ambassador Guillermo Vasquez Moreno, expressing his “deep grief and that of citizens of Trinidad and Tobago on the passing of former Cuban president Fidel Castro”. 
“...We all stand in solidarity with the great nation of Cuba, in its moment of anguish and deep sadness,” Carmona said.
In a statement later yesterday, he said: “We as a nation and the community of nations in the Caribbean are truly grateful for all assistance and support that Cuba under Fidel Castro’s stewardship has rendered to our burgeoning democracies in the region. Fidel Castro’s investment in the human capital of his country and Caricom is undeniable.
“His internationalism has resulted in thousands of Cuban-trained doctors, healthcare specialists, educationists, agronomists, scientists and athletic coaches being sent to the far reaches of the world, to assist countries and citizens that needed assistance.”
Grateful Caribbean


Trinidadian Minister of Foreign Affairs and CARICOM speaks at UN Against Blockade

New York, UN. Trinidad and Tobago Chancellor Dennis Moisés spoke on the high-level segment of 71 sessions of the United Nations General Assembly, in which he pronounced for the prompt and definitive lifting of the Blockade against Cuba, which he considered an obstacle to the sustainable development of Cuba.
The words of the trinitario chancellor come to ratify the historical position of the support of the Eastern Caribbean country against the Blockade.

Fhotographic Exhibition "Moments with Fidel".

The Cuban Embassy in conjunction with NALIS cordially request the pleasure of your company at the Photo Exhibition “Moments with Fidel” which will be held on September 27th 2016 at the Audio Visual Room, National Library of Trinidad and Tobago at 5:30pm.