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CARICOM & Cuba Commemorate Airplane Tragedy

The wreath laying ceremony has been part of the activities of the 8th CARICOM-Cuba Summit which commemorated 50 years of diplomatic relationships between CARICOM and Cuba relations, which were established upon December 8, 1972, by four CARICOM Member Declares, namely Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago.  

President associated with Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel plus founder and General Manager of La Colmenita, Carlos Alberto Cremata Malberti (partially hidden), lay wreaths at the Cubana Monument, yesterday. Mister. Cremata’s father was one of the passengers on Flight 455. (Photo credit: T. Barker/BGIS)’ Source: https://gisbarbados.gov.bb/blog/caricom-cuba-commemorate-aircraft-tragedy/ Microsoft. Mottley stressed that the people of the Caribbean are more powerful together and it is necessary for the individuals of the region now nowadays, to unite as they look for to provide, protect and develop their people’s future. Trinidad and Tobago’s Minister of Trade, Paula Gopee-Scoon, who delivered comments on behalf of the Prime Minister associated with Trinidad and Tobago, Keith Rowley, noted that the event was a “defining moment” that spurred the strengthening of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the Caribbean region, that has blossomed and grown over the years. Excellent Minister Mottley in the girl tribute expressed the wish that the Cubana monument that was unveiled in 1998 would certainly always stand to symbolise the concept of the pursuit of liberty.   “May the memory of those who have fallen inspire us at all times to preach the virtues of love, justice plus solidarity, and may their storage always inspire us aid this Caribbean as a zone of peace, ” the lady emphasised. The tragic terrorist bombing of  Cubana de Aviacíon   flight 455 upon October 6, 1976, has been yesterday commemorated by people of CARICOM and federal government personnel from the Republic associated with Cuba at the Cubana Monument, Paynes Bay, St Wayne. During a wreath laying ceremony on Wednesday, December 6, Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Amor Mottley; President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel; and representatives from CARICOM who established diplomatic ties with Cuba on December 8, 1972, paid tribute to the storage of those who lost their lives in the crash; plus pledged their commitment to the continuation of cooperation and strengthening of ties among each other. “Cuba, Guyana, CARICOM did not succumb to terrorism, did not fall to terrorism, but increased stronger and built better relationships and advanced human dignity, ” he mentioned. Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley and her St . Vincent counterpart, Rob Gonsalves, lay wreaths in the Cubana Monument in Paynes Bay, St James, within remembrance of those who dropped their lives in the Cubana de Aviacíon Flight 455 crash on October six, 1976. (Photo credit: Capital t. Barker/BGIS) He or she also commended Barbados for your erection of the monument plus thanked the government and the people of Barbados for its continued remembrance in commemorating the big event every year. Besides the wreaths laid, a moment of silence was acknowledged for the 73 persons on board the particular Cuban flight from Barbados to Jamaica who dropped their lives when the airplane crashed on October 6, 1976. Writer: Sheena Forde-Craigg/BGIS President of Guyana, Dr . Irfaan Ali, said the 73 victims including 11 Guyanese who have perished as a result of the “dastardly act” would forever be remembered and they would keep a special place in the minds of the region for “having innocently paid the best sacrifice” that has led to solidarity between CARICOM and Cuba.   Cuban Leader Díaz-Canel expressed appreciation in order to CARICOM for acknowledging the event of October 6, 1976, as an act of terrorism and called for the ongoing denouncement of the “unspeakable crime” at the United Nations and its Protection Council.


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