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Jamaica stands in solidarity with Cuba after Hurricane Ian.

Kingston, Sep 29 (Prensa Latina) Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness, on behalf of his government and compatriots, sent a solidarity message to the Cuban people currently recovering from the passage of Hurricane Ian.

‘We sadly note the deaths, severe flooding, landslides, property damage, displacement of families and tough power outage that has occurred as a result of ravage to Cuba’s power grid,’ Holness said, while pointing out how a natural disaster is sign of vulnerability state for the Caribbean nations ahead of climate change aftermaths.

This, he insisted, further underscores the emergency of strengthening collaboration at all levels to build resilience and address the existential threat of climate change to the sustainable development in our region.

Finally, Holness told and assured the Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel about Jamaicans´ solidarity and confidence in a speedy recovery and return to normalcy.


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