St. VincentWelcome to the embassy of Saint Vincent & the Grenadines to Cuba.

Mitchellsvg cubaSt. Vincent and the Grenadines established diplomatic relations with Cuba in May 1992 when the Honourable James Mitchell was the Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The Ambassador to the United States, H.E. Kingsley Layne became the first non-resident Ambassador to the Republic of Cuba. In 2004, H. E. Ellsworth I. A. John replaced H.E. Kingsley Layne as non-resident Ambassador.

With the election of the Unity Labour Party (ULP) in March 2011, Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Ralph E. Gonsalves consolidated relations with the Republic of Cuba and in October 2015 established an Embassy in Havana, Cuba with H. E. Dexter Rose, a former Scholarship recipient in Cuba, as the first resident Ambassador.

Dr. the Honourable Ralph E. Gonsalves has been a long advocate for the removal of the blockage placed on the Republic of Cuba and the solidarity and comaraderie which exist both at the highest political and people to people levels have brought mutual benefits to both countries. In November 2016, H. E. Ellsworth I. A. John became the second resident Ambassador for St. Vincent and the Grenadines to the Republic of Cuba with a promise to build on the foundation laid by his predesessor.

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Over the years, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and the Republic of Cuba have worked closely through integration processes like ALBA, CELAC and the ACS to promote a progressive agenda both regionally and internationally.   Today the citizens of both countries continue to share a strong bond of friendship and solidarity.

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