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Cuba Participated in NAM’s 60th Anniversary Conference

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Belgrade, 12 October 2021 (TDI): On Tuesday, Cuba announced the participation of its Ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations, Pedro Luis Pedroso, to the 60th Anniversary of the First Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Conference. The high-level meeting took place from October 11 to October 12 in Belgrade, Serbia.

Ilham Aliyev, President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, chaired the Non-Aligned Movement Conference, enumerating the agreement’s significance that is integrated today by almost 120 members, including Cuba as a founder. Speaking at the occasion, the Cuban Ambassador Pedroso congratulated the Azerbaijani and Serbian leaders for arranging the high-level event.

Ambassador Pedroso exhibited an unwavering commitment towards the unity of the South under the Non-Alignment Movement (NAM). During his address, the Cuban ambassador also encouraged the member-states to continue promulgating solidarity and multilateralism, besides developing a consensus on the Movement’s decision-making process.

He further reiterated that Cuba was the first Latin American country in the Caribbean and Latin America to become a part of NAM and that it would continue making efforts to advance the movement’s objectives.

Carla Esparza Arteaga
Carla Esparza Arteagahttps://thediplomaticinsight.com
International Relations student at the Universidad de Navarra in Spain. Main interests are the work of International Organizations like the UN in the scope of humanitarian assistance to vulnerable human beings and the environment

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