Embassy of Cuba in Barbados

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Barbadian Chancellor calls for lifting the US blockade against Cuba.
Saturday, September 24, 2016

The daily Barbados Today echoed the speech by Foreign Minister Maxine McClean at the 71st General Assembly of the UN, who in addressing the challenges faced by small island states, particularly the Caribbean islands, called for the total lifting of the blockade imposed by USA to force Cuba for several decades. In greeting the progress seen in the process towards normalization of relations between the two countries, the Foreign Affairs Minister reiterated the call that the Barbadian government has been raised in the past before the international community, both within the framework of the United Nations and of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM).


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Barbadian intellectuals participating in Cuba in a regional seminar on peace.
Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Headed by the tireless social activist Robert "Bobby" Clarke, a group of Barbadians intellectuals participated as panelists in the Regional Seminar on the implementation of Latin America and the Caribbean as a Zone of Peace, held in Cuba between 21 and 23 September, following up on the Declaration of the Heads of State of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), adopted in Havana in January 2011. Historian Pan Africanist Aaron "Buddy" Jarrier and political activist, Philip Springer, completed the Barbadian delegation representing the Caribbean progressive social movement and in particular the Caribbean Chapter of the Network in Defense of Humanity.

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Cuban struggle against US blockade impacts on Barbadian media.
Tuesday, September 13, 2016

The prominent political scientist Dr. Joseph Tennyson published in his weekly column in the barbadian newspaper The Nation an article entitled "Persistent blockade" reflecting the strong position of the Cuban people and government against the blockade imposed by the United States nearly six decades ago which is still in force, despite the intention and the limited measures decreed by president Barack Obama. Based on the presentation of the Annual Report on the effects of the blockade to the Cuban economy by the Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, the columnist notes that the image of normality presented to the world is deceptive and that it is unacceptable that this situation persists, especially in a scenario in which many could accept that the blockade has been lifted.


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Cuban Embassy to ratify militant solidarity with the Bolivarian Venezuela
Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Eve of another violent and destabilizing offensive of the reactionary opposition to the Bolivarian government legitimately headed by president Nicolás Maduro, and under the strongest expression of solidarity with the Bolivarian process organized by Barbadian friends at the Venezuelan Embassy, the Cuban ambassador, Francisco Fernandez, was carrying the message of his government ratifying the unwavering support of brotherhood and internationalism of his people, whose solidarian collaborators who work throughout the entire geography of Venezuela will continue making, no matter the circumstances generated by imperialism and its internal allies.


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Three new scholarships for Barbadian youth to study medicine in Cuba
Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Three barbadian young girls, Cliff-Ann Roach, Sally Sade Lewis and Jodie Kerri-Ann Best, successfully completed the selection process and traveled to Cuba to join the new school year at the Latin American School and Caribbean Medicine (ELAM). Submitted to the Consulate by the Director of the Unit for Higher Education, Ministry of Education, Dr. Patrick Rowe, the students signed the Code of Ethics for their six years stay at ELAM in Havana and were dismissed by the Cuban Consul, Ana Labaut de Dios, including her exhortation for them to make every effort to return as graduates for serving the people who need it most in their country, Barbados.

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