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ALBA-TCP will hold meeting with think tanks from Global South

ALBA-TCP will hold meeting with think tanks from Global South

Caracas, Sep 14 (Prensa Latina) The Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-Peoples' Trade Agreement (ALBA-TCP) will hold tomorrow the second meeting with think tanks from the Global South, executive secretary, Sacha Llorenti, reported today .
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The task is to build together a common landscape to get out of the multiple crisis of the capitalist system and the imperial (dis) order, the head of the integration mechanism explained on Twitter.

The ALBA-TCP held in May a first on-line meeting with representatives of 19 think tanks of the Global South, in which it was proposed to jointly prepare a document with proposals for an anti-capitalist vision that will be presented in international forums.

Llorenti then addressed the elaboration of a proposal for actions that takes into account the lessons learned during the Covid-19 pandemic, the challenges to be faced by humanity and how to guarantee the emergence of a new international order with justice and respect for the self-determination of the peoples.

The executive secretary pointed out that other meetings would come in order to have a consolidated document with concrete formulas to be presented at the next session of the UN General Assembly.

In that first meeting, there were representatives of think tanks from Venezuela, Ecuador, Cuba, Italy, South Africa, Lebanon, Dominica, Bolivia and Argentina, among others.

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