Cuba’s Foreign Minister concludes Caribbean tour in Barbados

He also met with the Governor General of Barbados, Dame Sandra Mason, and both highlighted the friendship, solidarity and cooperation ties that join both nations.

Cuba's Foreign MinisterCuba‘s Foreign Minister, Bruno Rodriguez, concludes in Bridgetown Tuesday a tour to Caribbean countries, where he ratified his country”s brotherhood with the people of this region.

In Barbados, the Foreign Minister met with intellectuals and Barbadian cultural personalities, friends of Cuba and representatives of the Movement of Solidarity with the Island.

He also met with Cuban collaborators in the country and members of the Association of Cuban Residents ‘Martyrs of Barbados‘.As part of the broad agenda in this country, Rodriguez was welcomed by the President of the Senate, Richard Lionel Cheltenham, and Deputy Speaker of the House of Assembly, Gline A. Clarke.

During these meetings, he highlighted the traditional relations of friendship and cooperation that join both nations.

Rodriguez Parrilla paid tribute to the 73 victims of the 1976 bombing of a Cuban commercial aircraft in mid-flight off the coast of Barbados.

He also met with the Governor General of Barbados, Dame Sandra Mason, and both highlighted the friendship, solidarity and cooperation ties that join both nations.

The head of Cuban diplomacy was welcomed Monday by Prime Minister Mia A. Mottley, with whom he ratified the brotherhood between Cuba and Barbados and the good state of bilateral relations and the common will to continue strengthening them.

Rodriguez began a Caribbean tour last week in Trinidad and Tobago, then on to St. Lucia and participated in the 6th Caricom-Cuba Ministerial Meeting in Guyana.

I have concluded a successful tour. I appreciate the solidarity of the Caribbean nations and we ratify our will #Cuba to continue strengthening relations with CARICOM and our permanent commitment with it, with the #Caribbean that we are united by an indestructible brotherhood & friendship,’ the Cuban Minister posted in Twitter.

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