GEORGETOWN, Guyana, October 17, 2019 – President David Granger Wednesday advised that will be travelling to Cuba on Saturday for a medical check-up in relation to his diagnosis of non-Hodgkin Lymphoma for which he has been receiving treatmentt in Cuba since last year.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, October 2019 - Two Jamaican organizations, the Jamaica Cuba Friendship Association (JCFA) and the Pan-African Federalist Movement of Jamaica have condemned, attempts by the United States of America, to asphyxiate the Cuban economy and bring untold hardship on its people by escalating the economic embargo via the Helms-Burton Act.
During Saturday's U.N. General Assembly session, Cuba's Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla slammed the U.S. administration's ongoing policies against the island nation and its close ally Venezuela.
UNITED NATIONS, New York, NY, Sept 28, 2019 - Several Caribbean heads of state spoke Friday afternoon at the 74th United Nations General Assembly taking place in New York this week, each of them came out in support of Venezuela and Cuba, and urged leaders to quickly mitigate climate change.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, September 24, 2019 - The Government of Cuba is once again protesting the six decades long economic embargo by the United States, that has cost the Cuban people, harm quantifiable at over US$922,630 million.
The United States has ordered the expulsion of two Cuban diplomats and restricted travel of the remaining members of Cuba's permanent mission to the United Nations as world leaders gather for as the UN's 74th General Assembly in New York.
Twitter on Wednesday blocked the accounts of the Cuban Communist party leader Raúl Castro, his daughter Mariela Castro as well as Cuba’s top state-run media outlets, a move the Cuban Union of Journalists denounced as “massive censorship”.