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AJ Nicholson set to leave for official visit to Cuba
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The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator A.J. Nicholson, is set to leave the island on Saturday for an official visit to Cuba.
He’s will be there until next Wednesday.
The Ministry says the visit symbolizes the importance of the bilateral relationship between Jamaica and Cuba.
The visit is also expected to provide an opportunity to explore new areas of cooperation.
During the visit, Nicholson will hold bilateral talks with the Cuban Foreign Minister on a range of issues including regional and international developments of interest to both countries.
Nicholson will be accompanied by Ambassador Paul Harker, the Under Secretary for Bilateral and Regional Affairs in the ministry.
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