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ALBA-TCP and AEC favor more links for regional development

Havana, Nov 11 (Prensa Latina) The Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-Peoples' Trade Treaty (ALBA-TCP) is obliged to complement its work with that of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS), the former's Executive Secretary, Sacha Llorenti, said on Friday.

Within the framework of the 6th ACS International Cooperation Conference, which aims to promote integration and solidarity among the countries of the region, Llorenti told Prensa Latina that nine of the countries of the Bolivarian Alliance are also members of the Greater Caribbean organization, therefore there are many common goals.

Based on this, they will take advantage of the event to share the conclusions of the meeting of the ALBA-TCP Council for Economic Complementation that took place in Sucre, Bolivia, a month ago.

The main objective is to work together with the AEC “on those issues where we can complement each other, so as not to duplicate efforts or resources in common tasks.”

Llorenti explained that both organizations have more or less the same priorities: trade, tourism, food, medicines, response to natural disasters, and conservation in the face of the threats of the climate crisis in the area, among others.

Therefore, as part of the actions for future cooperation, it is necessary to identify the areas in which there can be complementary trade.

The Executive Secretary informed that the ALBA-TCP Summit of Heads of State and Government is already planned and will be held in Havana on December 14, as part of the celebrations for the organization’s 18th anniversary.


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