Abinader arrived at the San Isidro Air Base, in Santo Domingo East, and immediately went to the National Palace, reported the Presidency.
In Havana, Abinader urged for working together in the Latin American and Caribbean region to turn it into an important pole for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution, he said, is marked by the presence of new transformative technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and other advances revolutionizing the present at a fast pace.
Abinader expressed his gratitude to President Miguel Díaz-Canel and the Cuban people for providing this space for talks at a critical moment for the world, when challenges are numerous and humanity is facing up unprecedented challenges in our history, he said.
In Havana, the Dominican President made statements to the press in the context of the Summit, referring to the situation created on the border with Haiti by the construction of a canal that diverts the waters of the Masacre River, which is shared by the two nations.
He reiterated that its construction by Haitian civilians violates the Treaty of Peace, Friendship and Arbitration of 1929 and defended the closing of the border as of Friday.