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Visit of JOAQUIN LACKE PORTUONDO, EASTERN CARIBBEAN DIRECTOR OF ICAP (Cuban Institute of FRIENDSHIP WITH THE PEOPLES)
Tuesday, October 08, 2013

 

 

BASSETERRE ST. KITTS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8TH 2013 Senior Joaquin Lacke Portuondo – Eastern Caribbean Director of ICAP (Cuban Institute of FRIENDSHIP WITH THE PEOPLES), is paying an official visit to the region, he has already visited St. Lucia from October 3rd – 9th and is currently in the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis where he will be from October 9th – 20th, 2013. Director Lacke Portuondo will then visit Dominica from October 16th – 20th, after which he will visit Trinidad and Tobago from October 20th – 23rd.

 

During his visit to St. Kitts, Senior Joaquin Lacke Portuondo will hold Press Conferences, meet with Government Officials, Cuban Graduates, Trade Unionists, Members of the Cuban Solidarity Organizations, The Cuban Medical Brigade, Management of the JNF Hospital, visit the Monument of our First National Hero the Honorable Robert L. Bradshaw, Be a special guest of honor at the Cuban Embassy Cocktail Reception, visit historical sites, make guest appearances on radio talk shows and visit selected schools around the island.

 

Senior Joaquin Lacke Portuondo, while in Nevis, will visit the Alexandra Hospital, meet with ministers of the Nevis Island Administration and make guest appearance on a radio talk show.


Solidaridad EN
Three nationals leave to study medicine in Cuba
Sunday, September 15, 2013

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, SEPTEMBER 15TH 2013 (CUOPM) – Three nationals of St. Kitts and Nevis left here last Thursday for the Republic of Cuba.


Ms. Louwana Dorset and Mr. Jonathan Carty of St. Kitts and Ms. Kentisha Daley of   Nevis will pursue training in medicine.

Assistant Human Resource Manager, Ms. Jamilah Adams said the three join 30 other nationals of the federation  presently enrolled in Cuban universities.

A general surgeon, a sports medicine specialist, an architect, a mechanical engineer and five nurses, were among the Cuban-university trained nationals who recently graduated with masters or bachelor degrees.

Ms. Adams disclosed that a total of 93 Kittitians and Nevisians have graduated from Cuban universities and are professionals in several disciplines including, medicine, architecture, telecommunications, dentistry, agronomy, psychology, psychiatry, veterinary medicine, sociology, sports medicine, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, economics, phytosanitary technology, accounting/finance, business, computer science and chemical engineering.
 


Solidaridad EN
In Defense of our sister Cuba
Friday, September 13, 2013

 By Earle Clarke


Dear Reader, a few Fridays ago at Bank Street in downtown Basseterre, the deserter, the defector, the traitor of the working class people of St. Kitts – Nevis and the whole world desecrated the good name and image of our beautiful, beloved, generous sister island of Cuba, which has been over graciously generous in providing free education to the sons and daughters of our Federation, enabling them to pursue their profession – a profession which, because of financial constraints and because of the social backgrounds of most of them, it would have been an impossible dream.

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SKN nationals get Scholarships to study Medicine in Cuba
Friday, September 06, 2013

 BASSETERRE, St. Kitts - THREE nationals of St. Kitts-Nevis, one male and two females will soon be leaving these shores to pursue studies in Medicine under the longstanding Scholarship Programme between the Federation and the Republic of Cuba.

They are 22-year-old Jonathan Carty of Newton Ground, 22-year-old Kentisha Daley of Bath Village, Nevis and 21-year-old Louwana Dorset of Bladen Housing Development. 

A presentation ceremony was held on Friday afternoon (Sept. 6) at the Embassy of the Republic of Cuba at Bladen Housing Development which was hosted by resident Cuban Ambassador Hugo Ruiz Cabrera.

Among those in attendance were Cuban-trained health professionals, parents, government officials and representatives of the Cuba St. Kitts-Nevis Friendship Association.
 

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Letter written to the President of United Stated. Barak Obama, by Ear Clarke
Thursday, April 11, 2013

 EARLE CLARKE

Bird Rock, Basseterre, St. Kitts, WI

Tel: 869-465-8621 (H); 869-664-2700 (C)

Email: earleclarke2003@yahoo.com

 

April 5, 2013

 

Mr Barack Obama

President of the United States of America

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Washington DC 20500

USA

 

Dear Mr President


I must first congratulate you on being elected to serve your second term as President of your nation, thereby dispelling the belief that you will only be a one-term President. The people of your great nation have discovered qualities of high ideals in you. They see you as a man who speaks the truth, as in your recent visit to Israel, where you spoke about the creation of an independent Palestinian state and received tremendous applause. The people re-elected you because they recognise you as someone of integrity, who will stand for the right, though the heavens fall.

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