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Cuban deputy Minister attends regional meeting in Argentina

Cuban deputy Minister attends regional meeting in Argentina

Buenos Aires, May 24 (Prensa Latina) Cuban Vice Minister of Higher Education, Alicia Alonso, develops a work agenda in Argentina today and will attend the III Summit of Ministers of the Latin American and Caribbean sector on Thursday and Friday.

Alonso participated in this capital in a meeting with directors of the Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires, where interest in creating alliances and strengthening cooperation between higher education centers of both countries was expressed.

She was also received by members of the Chamber of Deputies, with whom she exchanged on the challenges in the formation of new generations in the current context.

Under the slogan “The right to education in context: recover and transform”, the summit will take place at the Palacio San Martín and will bring together ministers, representatives of international organizations and members of the civil society.

Coordinated by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the Government of this country, the event will analyze the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the sector and joint actions to face inequalities and effects to the rights of the most vulnerable people.

In addition, the participants will exchange on educational cooperation, the revitalization of spaces for political and technical dialogue and regional strategies to meet the Sustainable Development Goals.


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