PHOTOS: Simpson Miller in Cuba

Monday, January 27, 2014 | 9:49 AM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller arrived in Havana, Cuba just after 4:00 pm Sunday.

The Prime Minister is in the Spanish-speaking country on a four-day official visit, where she is slated to participate in talks on a range of bilateral, regional and international issues with Cuban President, Raul Castro.

The leaders are also slated to discuss the upcoming fifth CARICOM/Cuba Summit, which will take place later this year.

Simpson Miller is accompanied on the trip by Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator AJ Nicholson; Permanent Secretary, Office of the Prime Minister, Onika Miller; Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Ambassador Paul Robotham; Under Secretary, Bilateral and Regional Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, and CELAC National Coordinator for Jamaica, Ambassador Joy Wheeler; Director of Operations, Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit (PMSU), Dr Deborah Hickling; Executive Assistant, Liaison, Jamaica-Cuba Friendship Association, Pamela Redwood; and members of her security detail.





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