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Chancellor Maxine McClean chaired the Barbados delegation to the VII ACS Summit in Cuba.
Friday, June 3, 2016

The Honorable Senator Maxine McClean, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade of Barbados, led the delegation of her country to the Seventh Summit of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS), which was also composed of the Permanent Secretary, Cecile Humphrey, the Ambassador to CARICOM, Robert Morris, and the officer Unit Caribbean - CARICOM, Corey Archer, who in turn had an active participation in the discussion of the documents during the Senior Officials Meeting, held on June 2nd. The official Barbadian delegation was welcome at the Grantley Adams International Airport by Cuban Ambassador Francisco Fernández. Upon his return, the Chancellor McClean reaffirmed its satisfaction for the excellent organization of the Summit and the quality of the debates, which she had expressed in her speech at the plenary session of the Summit.


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Cuba held the Seventh Summit of the ACS and chairs the Council of Ministers
Thursday, June 2, 2016

With the assistance of 22 heads of state and government and the presence of 21 invited countries, 9 associates and 9 regional and international organizations, it was held in Havana the Seventh Summit of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) on June 4 2016. The Summit was preceded by the Senior Officials Meeting on June 2nd and the Chancellors Meeting on June 3rd, who worked in the main documents approved by the Caribbean leaders, in particular the Final Declaration which reflects the priorities of the region and the biennial Plan of Action with several measures which will strengthen the reactivation process of the Association. The unanimous support was relevant to the demands of Cuba for the unconditional lifting of the US blockade and the return of the territory illegally occupied by the US Guantanamo Naval Base as well as the special statement in defense of the Bolivarian Revolution of Venezuela.

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NUPW receives at its headquarters the ICAP delegation.
Saturday, May 28, 2016

The President of the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW), Akanni Mcdowall, the First Vice President, Joy-Ann Inniss, and Treasurer Secretary, Asokore Beckles, received at its headquarters to the high-level delegation of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the (ICAP) who visited Barbados between 26 and 30 May 2016 composed by his First Vice President Elio Gamez and the director for Latin America and the Caribbean, Robert Hamilton, accompanied by Cuban Ambassador Francisco Fernández. This fraternal meeting served to return the visit made first by members of NUPW´s board to the ICAP´s headquarters during his recent trip to Cuba to participate in t May Day celebrations, invited by the Workers' Central Union of Cuba. The occasion was propitious for both parties to ratify the bonds of friendship between the respective organizations.

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ICAP delegation visiting Barbados appreciates solidarity and support for Cuba
Saturday, May 28, 2016

Clement Payne Cultural Centre hosted the political-cultural event that the Movement of Solidarity with Cuba chose to honor the delegation of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP) composed by his First Vice President Elio Gamez and the Director for Latin America and the Caribbean, Robert Hamilton, becoming a summary of the fruitful visit to Barbados between 26 and 30 May 2016.

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Barbados-Cuba Friendship´s Association and ICAP delegation laid a wreath to the victims of terrorism.
Saturday, May 28, 2016

Representatives of the Movement of Solidarity with Cuba accompanied the delegation ICAP visiting Barbados to lay a wreath at the monument erected in Payne Bay to victims of terrorist sabotage perpetrated on Barbadian shores on October 6, 1976 by the counterrevolutionary Cuban American mafia trained by the CIA. The ICAP´s first vice president, Elio Gamez, and the Director for Latin America and the Caribbean, Robert Hamilton, were accompanied by President of the Movement Clement Payne, David Comissiong, members of the Israel Lovell Foundation, the board of the Pan Africanist Coalition of Organizations, President Friendship Association, David Denny, as well as the First Vice President of the NUPW, Joy-Ann Inniss.

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