Cuba in Trinidad and Tobago

A cultural presentation about Cuba is held in Malick Secondary School of Port of Spain.

Port of Spain, 16 May.- More than a hundred young Trinidadians of Malick Secondary School of the homonymous neighborhood of the capital of the country, participated in a cultural presentation dedicated to Cuba. The exercise is part of the efforts of the Ministry of Education of Trinidad and Tobago to stimulate the learning of the Spanish language and promote the knowledge of Latin American cultures in this Caribbean island. It also represents one more step in the intense and fruitful collaboration program developed by the Embassy of Cuba and the Ministry of Education trinitarian.


Cuba and Trinidad and Tobago boost exchanges in the field of education.

Port of Spain, , March 28th , 2016.- The Minister of Education of Trinidad and Tobago, the Honorable Anthony Garcia, received the Cuban Ambassador at the headquarters of the Ministry, with whom exchanged experiences developed for both countries in the education sector as well as the possibilities of starting new initiatives of cooperation in this area.

A week of academic exchanges between the University of Havana and the University of West Indies (UWI).

Port of Spain, 9 November, 2015.- From 2nd to 7th of November, hosted by the Office of the Principal of the University of the West Indies and the Institute of International Relations at the university, a group of Cuban professors and researchers visited Trinidad and Tobago academic exchanges related to Cuba. The delegation was headed by Antonio Romero, president of the Chair of "Norman Girvan" Caribbean Studies at the University of Havana.

Cuba and the Caribbean: Challenges on Regional Development.

Port of Spain, November 8, 2015. The Seminar entitled “The Caribbean, Cuba and the challenges for Regional Development”, jointly coordinated with the Institute of International Relations (IIR of the University of the West Indies and the Embassy of the Republic of Cuba. Included in this seminar, were presentations delivered by several noted academics, including Dr. Antonio F. Romero Gomez, Chair of “Norman Girvan” Centre for Caribbean Studies, University of Havana (UH); Dr Marlen Sánchez, Senior Researcher at the Centre for International Economic Studies, UH; Milagros Elena Martínez Reinosa, Assistant Researcher and Associate Professor, UH; Dr Omar E. Pérez, Senior Lecturer at the Centre for the Study of the Cuban Economy, UH and Santiago Pérez Benítez, Researcher at the Research Centre for International Policy, UH.