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Cuba reaffirms its commitment to peace at the Antalya Diplomatic Forum

Ankara reaffirms Cuba’s commitment to peace, justice, development, well-being and respect for human rights, a senior Caribbean official said today at the II Diplomatic Forum in Antalya, Turkey on March 13 (Prinza Latin).

Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister Ananci Rodriguez said on Twitter during his presentation at the event that he condemned the unilateral action taken against developing countries in violation of international law.

The diplomat took part in the framework of the forum, which began last Friday at the Roundtable on “Restructuring Diplomacy” and “A Vision for the Development of Africa” ​​starting last Friday and ending this Sunday.

As part of his activities, Rodriguez held a meeting with Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister Cedat O’Neill, as well as liaised with other top officials of the country, where his interest in strengthening bilateral relations was evident.

During his meeting with Turkish Minister of Tourism and Culture Mehmood Nouri Erzo, the two sides discussed the possibilities and opportunities for investment and trade between the two countries.

The II Antalya Diplomacy Forum, currently taking place at the NEST Exhibition and Congress Center in this Mediterranean tourist city, brought together participants from 75 countries, including 17 heads of state and government, 80 ministers and 39 international delegates. Settings.

Under the general theme of “Recording Diplomacy”, other topics such as energy security, the fight against racism and discrimination, irregular migration, regional security, climate change and women’s empowerment were discussed.

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