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Biloxi proclamation

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Today, Biloxi Mayor Andrew ‘FoFo’ Gilich met with a Cuban official at Biloxi City Hall to discuss a variety of potential partnerships in Biloxi and the Mississippi Coast. Miguel Fraga was welcomed with open arms at Biloxi City Hall as he received a proclamation from Mayor Gilich. Fraga is the first secretary of the embassy of the Republic of Cuba in Washington, D.C. He hopes for improved relations between his country and the United States. “We’re trying to find opportunities for both countries. We believe the relations spent on good will between Cuba and the United States is the path we need to follow,” said Fraga. Mayor Gilich says both countries can benefit in a variety of ways from the partnership including future trade. “From tourism to commerce, all of these things became on the radar, and Miguel’s first visit down here is going to see every aspect of life and business opportunities here in Biloxi.” Both countries can benefit from medical exchanges. Fraga noted Cuba has a lung cancer vaccine that’s currently in New York. “Cuba has, right now, doctors in more than 60 countries. We have a good biotech industry. So, we need to find a way to do it, but there is a lot of potential for relation.” The topic of baseball came up in today’s proclamation. Hopefully, some things are in the works for the year of 2019. “Baseball is a passion for both countries. So, I’m sure that we can enjoy a wonderful tournament between Biloxi and Cuba,” said Fraga. Mayor Gilich said, “Baseball is huge. We are really excited about baseball as well as tourism and those kinds of things.” According to Fraga, Cuba received one million visitors from the United States last year. He believes this partnership will attract even more tourists to his country. “A lot of people here in the United States want to visit Cuba for many reasons, to see the old cars, to see the history there.” Fraga says the history between the Biloxi and Cuba brings them together since the founder of Biloxi is actually buried in Havana.

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Today, Biloxi Mayor Andrew ‘FoFo’ Gilich met with a Cuban official at Biloxi City Hall to discuss a variety of potential partnerships in Biloxi and the Mississippi Coast. Miguel Fraga was welcomed with open arms at Biloxi City Hall as he received a proclamation from Mayor Gilich. Fraga is the first secretary of the embassy of the Republic of Cuba in Washington, D.C. He hopes for improved relations between his country and the United States. “We’re trying to find opportunities for both countries. We believe the relations spent on good will between Cuba and the United States is the path we need to follow,” said Fraga. Mayor Gilich says both countries can benefit in a variety of ways from the partnership including future trade. “From tourism to commerce, all of these things became on the radar, and Miguel’s first visit down here is going to see every aspect of life and business opportunities here in Biloxi.” Both countries can benefit from medical exchanges. Fraga noted Cuba has a lung cancer vaccine that’s currently in New York. “Cuba has, right now, doctors in more than 60 countries. We have a good biotech industry. So, we need to find a way to do it, but there is a lot of potential for relation.” The topic of baseball came up in today’s proclamation. Hopefully, some things are in the works for the year of 2019. “Baseball is a passion for both countries. So, I’m sure that we can enjoy a wonderful tournament between Biloxi and Cuba,” said Fraga. Mayor Gilich said, “Baseball is huge. We are really excited about baseball as well as tourism and those kinds of things.” According to Fraga, Cuba received one million visitors from the United States last year. He believes this partnership will attract even more tourists to his country. “A lot of people here in the United States want to visit Cuba for many reasons, to see the old cars, to see the history there.” Fraga says the history between the Biloxi and Cuba brings them together since the founder of Biloxi is actually buried in Havana.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12502/7277599?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 02 Mar 2018 23:37:52 +0000 Biloxi proclamation Today, Biloxi Mayor Andrew ‘FoFo’ Gilich met with a Cuban official at Biloxi City Hall to discuss a variety of potential partnerships in Biloxi and the Mississippi Coast. Miguel Fraga was welcomed with open arms at Biloxi City Hall as he received a proclamation from Mayor Gilich. Fraga is the first secretary of the embassy of the Republic of Cuba in Washington, D.C. He hopes for improved relations between his country and the United States. “We’re trying to find opportunities for both countries. We believe the relations spent on good will between Cuba and the United States is the path we need to follow,” said Fraga. Mayor Gilich says both countries can benefit in a variety of ways from the partnership including future trade. “From tourism to commerce, all of these things became on the radar, and Miguel’s first visit down here is going to see every aspect of life and business opportunities here in Biloxi.” Both countries can benefit from medical exchanges. Fraga noted Cuba has a lung cancer vaccine that’s currently in New York. “Cuba has, right now, doctors in more than 60 countries. We have a good biotech industry. So, we need to find a way to do it, but there is a lot of potential for relation.” The topic of baseball came up in today’s proclamation. Hopefully, some things are in the works for the year of 2019. “Baseball is a passion for both countries. So, I’m sure that we can enjoy a wonderful tournament between Biloxi and Cuba,” said Fraga. Mayor Gilich said, “Baseball is huge. We are really excited about baseball as well as tourism and those kinds of things.” According to Fraga, Cuba received one million visitors from the United States last year. He believes this partnership will attract even more tourists to his country. “A lot of people here in the United States want to visit Cuba for many reasons, to see the old cars, to see the history there.” Fraga says the history between the Biloxi and Cuba brings them together since the founder of Biloxi is actually buried in Havana. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12502/7277599?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WXXVDT2 to- today biloxi mayor andrew "fofo gilich met with a cuban - official at biloxi city hall to- discuss a variety of potential- partnerships in biloxi and the- mississippi coast.- news 25's jaylon morris has - more..- - miguel fraga was welcomed with- opened arms at biloxi city hall- as he received a proclamation - from mayor gilich.- fraga is the first secretary of- the embassy of the republic of- cuba- in washington d.c. he hopes for- improved relations- between his country and the - united states.- miguel fraga, "we are trying to find opportunities for both - countries. we believe - the relations spent on good wil- between cuba and the united - states is the path we need to - follow." mayor gilich says both countrie- can benefit in a variety of way- from the partnership including- future trade. - mayor gilich, "from tourism to commerce, all of these things - became on the radar - and miguel's first visit down - here is going to see every- aspect of life and business - opportunities here in biloxi." both countries can benefit from- medical exchanges. fraga- noted cuba has a lung cancer- - - - vaccine thats currently in new- york. - miguel fraga, "cuba has right now doctors in more than 60 - countries, we have a good - - - - biotech industry. so we need to- find a way to do it. but there- is a lot of potential for - relation." jaylon morris, "the topic of baseball came up in today's - - - - proclamation. hopefully some- things are in the works for the- year of 2019." miguel fraga, "baseball is a passion for both countries so - i'm sure that we can- enjoy a wonderful tournament- between biloxi and cuba." mayor gilich, "baseball is huge as you see i have my- industriales jersey here. we ar- really excited about baseball a- well as tourism and those kinds- of things." - - - according to fraga, cuba- received one million visitors - from the united states last - year. he believes this- partnership will- attract even more tourists to - his country.- miguel fraga, "a lot of people here in the united states want- to visit cuba for many- reasons. to see the old cars, t- see the history there." fraga says the history between- the biloxi and cuba brings them- together, since the founder of- biloxi





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