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Dialogue between the Governments of Cuba and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines | News

The Cuban President, Miguel Diaz-Canel, held talks on Saturday with the Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Ralph Gonçalves, within the framework of a relationship between sister countries, official sources said.

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Diaz-Canel, who is in Kingstown as the first stop on his tour of several Caribbean nations, thanked Governor St. Vincentia for “all the help you’ve given us in these very difficult times our country is going through.”

And the Cuban presidency recalled, in a statement, that the Prime Minister of St. Vincentia led the position of the Caribbean and Latin America before excluding the largest of the Antilles at the recent Summit of the Americas.



The visiting head of state also paid tribute to the medical supplies donated by St. Vincent and the Grenadines to Cuba “in the most acute moments of the peak of the epidemic that we have seen in 2021”.

These facts, among others, “show us that there is friendship and a bilateral relationship that transcends formalities; it is a sincere relationship … a deep relationship … a relationship of brotherhood,” Diaz-Canel said.

For his part, Gonçalves described the Cuban president’s visit as “symbolic” because it “strengthens relations between our peoples, governments and states, and also strengthens international solidarity and human relations between us.”



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Within the framework of his stay in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the President spoke with collaborators and Cubans residing in that country.

As part of his Caribbean tour, Diaz-Canel will also travel to Barbados, where he will participate in the eighth Cuba-Caricom Summit, scheduled for December 6, and to Granada.