Dominica and Cuba strengthen ties at meeting of Island States – Escambray

Dominica and Cuba strengthen ties at meeting of Island States – Escambray
Dominica and Cuba strengthen ties at meeting of Island States – Escambray

Salvador Valdés conveyed to President Roosevelt Skerrit the greetings of his Cuban counterpart Miguel Díaz Canel and ratified his country’s will to continue strengthening bilateral ties with Dominica

Salvador Valdés’ visit to Antigua and Barbuda occurs in the context of the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between both nations.

The Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, held a meeting this Monday in Saint John’s with the Cuban Vice President, Salvador Valdés, in the context of the IV International Conference on Small Island Developing States.

Valdés conveyed to Skerrit the greetings of the President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz Canel, and ratified his country’s will to continue strengthening bilateral ties with Dominica, to which he thanked the permanent solidarity and support for the resolution that demands the end of the blockade before The United Nations.

For his part, the Caribbean president sent a warm hug to his counterpart and recognized Cuba’s historic solidarity, both with his country and with the rest of the Caribbean nations that make up the island states, most of which are representative due to their high degree of biodiversity. and resources to develop.

During his participation, at the head of the Cuban delegation, Valdés also spoke with the Secretary General of the United Nations, António Guterres and made official the visit to Antigua and Barbuda together with the Prime Minister of that nation, Gaston Browne, regarding the 30th anniversary. of diplomatic relations between both nations, according to official sources.

Until May 30, the event brings together representatives of the Small Island States to discuss the priorities and objectives in terms of sustainable development of this specific category of countries, of which Cuba is a part.

This edition, the Conference will adopt a renewed declaration for resilient prosperity, which sets out the sustainable development aspirations of small islands in the next decade and the support of the international community to achieve them in championing sustainable tourism, renewable energy solutions and advances of ocean-based economies.

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