HAVANA, CUBA.-Grenada’s Prime Minister, Tillman Thomas, arrived in Cuba on Sunday on an official visit at the invitation of Cuban President Raul Castro.
“This island has helped almost all of its Caribbean neighboring countries and, with this visit, we intend to contribute to strengthening and further increasing this cooperation,” said Thomas upon his arrival at Havana’s JoseMartiInternationalAirport where he was welcomed by Deputy Foreign Minister Jose Ramon Cabañas Rodriguez.
The visitor added that deepening ties between his country and Cuba is another step toward strengthening regional cooperation.
During his stay, the Prime Minister from Granada will hold official talks with the Cuban head of state and will carry out other activities scheduled.
Thomas assumed Grenada’s leadership after the triumph of his Party – the National Democratic Congress, of which he’s one of the founders- in the parliamentary elections of 2008, swearing in as Prime Minister on July 9 of that year.
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