It was precisely Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel, who in his speech at the meeting spoke about the issue when expressing his country’s commitment to consolidating a fairer, supportive and sustainable world, which advances towards development and prosperity of our peoples.
The head of State recalled that Cuban writer Alejo Carpentier, from these territories of the Americas, was inspired by the idea of the wonderful and real, for this reason “whenever we are together, the certainty that we can grow increases.”
With these winds, the event took place amid calls for cooperation, calls for changes in the current international order, the rejection of Cuba’s inclusion in the list of countries allegedly sponsoring terrorism and the demand against the United States blockade and unilateral coercive measures.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez told reporters that the conclave, despite lasting a few hours, was very positive.
Rodriguez highlighted, among other things, the approval at the event of an Environmental Charter by virtue of which Ibero-America projects itself in relation to climate change, which entails an existential threat, as well as a digital one which should contribute to reducing the digital gap between developed and developing countries.
Undoubtedly, the Santo Domingo Declaration approved at the Summit showed a number of aspects of vital importance on which Ecuador, elected the Pro Tempore Secretary of the Ibero-American Conference, must work with the rest of the member countries of this community.