SAFETY OF GRENADIAN STUDENTS IN CUBA
Written by GIS on September 6, 2017
Grenada’s Ambassador to Cuba, Her Excellency Claris Charles has assured concerned parties that Grenadian students studying in Cuba were being contacted about hurricane Irma as of Tuesday night, September 5th.
Today, Wednesday September 6th all students will be called to give them up-to-date information and to advise of the necessity to make appropriate plans to be safe.
The Embassy will continue to monitor the situation and remain in contact once this is feasible.
She said that all the telephones numbers of the Embassy are available to students so they can get in touch, and that presently there is no need to panic as the Mission, by God’s grace, and the support of the Government of Cuba will continue to work assiduously in the best interest of students to make sure that they are safe.
“Be assured,” she said, “that Cuba has the best hurricane preparedness plan in this region; and that the Embassy will endeavor to send up to date information as soon as it becomes available.”