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Russia: The rise of the Global South at the Primakov Readings

Moscow, Nov 28 (Prensa Latina) On the second and closing day of the International Forum Primakov Readings in the Russian capital, a panel on the rise of the Global South was held, with the participation of experts from several nations, Prensa Latina reported on Tuesday.

One of the speakers at this noteworthy session, which ended the Forum, was the director of the Center for International Policy Research (CIPI) Jose Ramon Cabañas attached to the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Cuban diplomat said that during 2023, events have taken place in the multilateral area that reflect, on the one hand, the changes taking place in the world on that scale and, on the other hand, the proposals put forward by regional groups or global articulation groups to face new and old challenges.

As a backdrop, according to Cabañas, there has been the growing loss of U.S. hegemony in the main political and economic events on a global scale, plus the statement by Washington on the end of neo-liberal globalization and its attempt to disengage from important markets.

“Amid these changes and upheavals, Cuba holds the presidency of the G77+ China Group, the largest mechanism for political coordination among the countries that are part of the United Nations system,” the speaker argued.

One of the foremost results of the Summit held in Havana in September was the approval of a Political Resolution, which summarizes the main concerns of the group and a set of proposals for the future, he concluded.


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