Cuban President Raul Castro visited on Monday the Haitian embassy in
Havana to express Cuba’s sorrow and solidarity with the people of Haiti
after the devastating earthquake that hit Port-au-Prince last month.
To stop the illegal traffic of Haitian children, Spanish experts will
analyze 5,000 genetic samples of Haitian children, who remained
defenceless and alone after the devastating earthquake in this
A team of sixty-two technicians specialized in vector-control arrived
in Haiti from Cuba to work in a disease control campaign along with
Cuban doctors and Haitian fifth-year students from the Santiago de Cuba
Latin American School of Medicine.
On behalf of the Cuban government and people, Esteban Lazo Hernandez,
vice president of the State Council, signed this Friday the condolence
book for the victims of the earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12.
Rene Baptiste, St Vincent and the Grenadines Urban Development,
Culture, Labor and Elections Minister, praised the cultural exchange
between her nation and Cuba during the 2010 budget discussion at the
Vincentian Parliament.<br />