Leaders of various Caribbean countries sent congratulation messages to their Cuban counterpart, Raul Castro in occasion of the 58 Anniversary of the Revolution, reported diplomatic sources today.
In a letter sent to the Cuban President, Grenada Prime Minister Keith Mitchell highlighted the 37 years of relations between the two nations, based on mutual trust and respect, according to the official website of the Cuban Foreign Ministry.
The message highlighted that the greater Antilles Island in the Caribbean has contributed to the socio-economic development of the people of Granada through collaboration and assistance in different areas.
The note stressed the ideals and efforts of the late revolutionary leader Fidel Castro to bring prosperity to the people of Cuba, and called for the international demand to be heard and to lift the blockade imposed by the United States Government.
Trinidad and Tobago President Anthony Thomas Aquinas Carmona also conveyed his congratulations to his Cuban counterpart on the occasion of the historic date with votes for the continuity of the country’s progress and prosperity.
Likewise, the authorities of Guyana extended a message to the Government and people of Cuba on the 58th anniversary of the Revolution, in a letter addressed to Army General, Raul Castro. (Taken from PL)