Cuba ratifies commitment to solidarity and cooperation • Workers

Cuba ratifies commitment to solidarity and cooperation • Workers
Cuba ratifies commitment to solidarity and cooperation • Workers

Manuel Marrero Cruz, Prime Minister of Cuba, today ratified the commitment to continue promoting solidarity and cooperation among the nations of the South as a way to face current development challenges.

Regarding the 60th anniversary of the constitution of the Group of 77 and China, the Cuban head of government emphasized the island’s intention to comply with and preserve the founding principles of the organization.

“On the 60th anniversary of the constitution of the #G77 and China, from #Cuba we ratify the commitment to continue promoting solidarity and cooperation between the nations of the South as a way to face current development challenges.”

During the year 2023, Cuba assumed the management of the group with the purpose of promoting international solidarity and cooperation in support of the post-pandemic recovery of developing nations.

The G-77 was created in 1964 within the Non-Aligned Movement at the end of the first session of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in Geneva.

Initially it was made up of seventy-seven developing countries and although the name was kept, nations were added until it was made up of the current 134, which makes this mechanism the largest and most diverse concerted group in the multilateral sphere.

Its members represent two-thirds of the members of the United Nations system and 80 percent of the world’s population.

 
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