Singing ‘rum and coca cola’ – Murray McCully to visit Jamaica, Cuba

Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully left has left the ‘Big Apple’ to visit Jamaica and Cuba for bilateral talks.

McCully displayed considerable prowess at the United Nations where he delivered a cut-through address slamming the Security Council’s failure to deals with the mounting deaths in Syria.

He wants the P5 – the club of five permanent council members; the US, Russia, China, France and Britain to voluntarily accept restrictions no the use of their ability to veto action.

The Foreign Minister is campaigning hard for NZ to get a seat on the 15-strong Security Council, and there are votes to had from smaller states in the region.

He will meet Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller and Foreign Minister Arnold J Nicholson in Kingston. In Havana he will hold foreign policy talks with Cuban Foreign Minister Rodriguez Parrilla and meet Foreign Trade Minister Rodrigo Malmierca Diaz.

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