St Kitts and Nevis: PM Harris welcomes new Cuban Ambassador David Rivero Perez

On Tuesday, the prime minister of the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Timothy Harris, welcomed the new Cuban Ambassador to St Kitts and Nevis David Rivero Perez. 

St Kitts and Nevis: PM Harris welcomes new Cuban Ambassador David Rivero Perez

On Tuesday, the prime minister of the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Timothy Harris, welcomed the new Cuban Ambassador to St Kitts and Nevis David Rivero Perez. 

At the same time, the new Ambassador of Cuba to St Kitts and Nevis has expressed gratitude and renewed his interest in continuing to grow the bilateral ties between the two nations.

PM Dr Timothy Harris called upon a meeting with David Rivero Perez to discuss about the bilateral ties between the two nations. PM Harris shared the information via a Facebook post, in which he said, “On meeting the new Ambassador of #Cuba resident in #stkittsandnevis, we held a fruitful discussions on bilateral cooperation.

They both shared major key points during the meeting to boost the relationship both Caribbean nations share.

Meanwhile, Premier of St Kitts and Nevis Mark Brantley also shared a moment with the Cuban Ambassador David Rivero Perez and his wife. Mark Brantley shared the information via a Facebook post in which he shared, “An honour to meet the new #Cuban Ambassador to #StKitts #Nevis HE David Rivero Perez and his wife. Our relationship with the government and people of #Cuba remains rock solid and we continue to urge that Cold War policies against Cuba be discarded on the scrapheaps of history #DiplomacyMatters.”

At the same time, the brotherhood that united the people and governments of both Caribbean nations was also highlighted in the meeting. The interest to continue empowering ties in areas of common interest was also highlighted by both parties.

During the meeting, PM Harris also thanked the Cuban authorities for the continuous help in boosting the health sector of St Kitts and Nevis, especially the contributions made by the Henry Reeve Medical Brigade, which worked in St Kitts and Nevis for a year and a half during the times of COVID-19.