10/24/13 - Atlanta Black Star - Cuba to Deepen Trade Ties With Jamaica
Cubas new Ambassador to Jamaica, Bernardo Guanche Hernandez, says his
country is looking to deepen cooperation with Jamaica in the area of
Hernandez says the bilateral relations between Cuba and Jamaica has
reached its highest point so far, and consideration is now being given to
ways to improve and strengthen these relations even more, the Jamaican
Hernandez says his country believes the partners could further this
relation specifically in the field of trade.
The Cuban ambassador was part of a delegation at a recent Jamaica
Information Service think tank to discuss the upcoming Second Meeting of
Energy Ministers of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States.
The meeting is scheduled to take place Oct. 24-25 at the Montego Bay
Convention Centre in St James.
Cuban Love for Jamaica
According to the Caribbean Journal, Hernandez said, We have received love
and respect from every Jamaican we have met either on the streets or from
organizations. Likewise, Cubans feel the same love and respect for
Jamaica. When Usain Bolt wins one of his races, that is also a victory for
Cuba. I wish you could see the happy faces of the Cubans when Usain Bolt
wins a race, how they would applaud and look so happy.
The two sides have cooperated on a number of initiatives in recent years,
particularly in the health sector, the report said.
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