UN: Cuban foreign minister calls to strengthen Non-Aligned Movement
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 22 (NNN-PRENSA LATINA) — Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said that the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) must continue being strengthened as a diverse, inclusive, and representative forum in the light of hegemonic attempts to undermine multilateralism.
During a NAM Ministerial meeting on post-pandemic recovery, within the framework of the United Nations General Assembly, the head of Cuban diplomacy urged to act with unity, cohesion, creativity, and solidarity in defense of collective interests, he tweeted.
It is imperative that we respect the implementation of consensus on decision-making in the framework of the Movement, as enshrined in the Cartagena Document on Methodology and subsequently ratified in Havana by our heads of State and Government, he added.
On Wednesday, the Cuban foreign minister addressed the high-level segment of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).
Cuba will ratify its commitment to peace and multilateralism, in the pursuit of achieving a more democratic, fair and equitable international order, based on full respect for the UN Charter and international law, he wrote recently on Twitter. ..
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