Yes, there are Filipinos in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
 
 
 
 
 
 

Yes, there are Filipinos in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

/ 11:42 AM November 15, 2021
Consular and POLO Team arrives in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to provide passport renewals to some 200 Filipinos working in the U.S. naval station. CONTRIBUTED

Consular and POLO Team arrives in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to provide passport renewals to some 200 Filipinos working in the U.S. naval station. CONTRIBUTED

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A consular outreach mission at the US Naval Station (NAVSTA) in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba on Oct. 20 and 21 2021 served 218 Filipinos with their passport renewals.

The team from the Philippine Embassy in Washington D.C. and the Philippine Overseas Labor Office was met by Chief Officer Z. Butts, CWO4 Food Service Officer Randy Basat, and Roy Maliwanag, a Filipino community leader in Guantanamo Bay.

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The Filipino community also met with Assistant Labor Attache Marie Josephine B. Borromeo to discuss their employment and other labor-related issues and concerns.

Filipino community members also attended a webinar with Labor Attache Angela Librado-Trinidad and Welfare Officer Mae D. Codilla.

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