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Taking the opportunity to make a difference(Jasmine Hanley Speech)
Thursday, September 3, 2015

 A Talk to the Graduates from Cuba              2nd September, 7.30pm

Jasmin M HANLEY

Mr Chairman, Honourable Minister of Education, Mr Shaun Richards, Leader of the Opposition, Dr Denzil Douglas,  His Excellency Ambassador Hugo Ruiz Cabrera , Ambassador of the Republic of Cuba and Mrs Tereza   Toranzo Castillo, First Secretary,  Embassy of the Republic of Cuba,the Venerable Archdeacon , Reverand  Valentine Hodge the Reverend Christopher Archibald, Mr Hollis Prentice, President of the Cuban Alumni Association, Dr Ladislao Taquechel, president of the Cuban Residents, Mrs Telca Wallace, President, Friends of Cuba Association, Graduates, Family and guests and friends.

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St. Kitts and Nevis Ambassador to Cuba Bids Farewell
Thursday, July 30, 2015

His Excellency, Ambassador Kenneth Douglas was recently recalled from the Republic of Cuba after having served the Federation over the last ten months. In the absence of the Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Douglas presented his Letter of Recall to Her Excellency Lissette Pérez Pérez, Director for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday, 10th July 2015.

The farewell for Ambassador Douglas was organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba and it took the form of a lunch which was held at the National Hotel in Havana. Also in attendance were the Federation’s recently appointed Counsellor and current Chargé d’affaires, Ms. Verna Morris and Cuba’s Specialist and Desk Officer for St. Kitts and Nevis, Haiti and Suriname, Mr. Dany Tur de la Concepcion.

 

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Eight to benefit from 2015 Cuban Scholarship(News Article)
Monday, June 29, 2015

Basseterre, St. Kitts,  June 29, 2015 (SKNIS): Eight nationals of St. Kitts and Nevis were announced recently as this year’s beneficiaries of the Cuban scholarship programme. The programme which has benefited citizens for almost two decades has provided the opportunity for study in Cuba, in disciplines ranging from Agriculture to Medical Science.

This year’s scholarship recipients and pursuing studies in Medical Science are Bragelle Nisbet (Nevis), Joyan Wiltshire, Verdwencia Woodley,  Shenelka Maynard (Nevis) and Allgeron Audain. Scholarship recipient Quan Francis will pursue studies in Linguistics. Dr. Natalie Osbourne and Dr. Merisa Grant-Tate are returning to complete post graduate medical work in General Surgery and Pediatrics respectively.

- See more at: http://sknis.info/eight-to-benefit-from-2015-cuban-scholarship/#sthash.aBb7cAnz.dpuf

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St. Kitts and Nevis Cuban Residents Association holds its annual meeting
Saturday, June 6, 2015

Basseterre, June 6th 2015. The Cuban Residents’ Association in the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis today held its general meeting with a call to continue working towards uniting the membership; to work with children, to boost the knowledge of our national values, as well as to strengthen the links between the peoples and governments of St. Kitts and Nevis and Cuba, among other agreements.

During the course of the activity a proposal for the statutes was made, work on which will be continued. The proposal for the plan of activities to complete the year 2015 was presented and information on the participation of a representation of the association at the regional meeting which will take place in Nicaragua was shared.

 

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Cuban presence at the Food Fair organized by the Anglican Church in St. Kitts and Nevis
Sunday, May 31, 2015

Basseterre, 31st May 2015. The booth, presented by Cuba, lifted on high the name of our country at the Food Fair which took place last Saturday 23rd May in Basseterre, capital of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis.

The event, organized every year by the Anglican Church and attended by different sectors and local organizations, as well as the Diplomatic Corps accredited in the country, presented a conducive environment where a representation of the Association of Cuban Residents, along with the Cuban State Mission showcased well known dishes of Cuban culinary culture.

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