Cuba reaffirms commitment to peace and justice in a diplomatic forum in Turkey
Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister held a meeting with Gambian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mamadou Tangara
The deputy minister of the Caribbean nation held meetings with several African Foreign Ministers, including Gambia's, Mamadou Tangara
The Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Anayansi Rodríguez Camejo, reaffirmed this Saturday her country's commitment to peace, justice, development, well-being and respect for human rights, during the II Antalya Diplomacy Forum, in Turkey.
Speaking at the Round Table "Recodifying Diplomacy", the senior Cuban official also rejected that unilateral coercive measures are applied against developing countries and violate international law.
She also highlighted the Caribbean island's commitment to peace, justice and development, well-being and respect for all human rights for all.
On the other hand, she rejected unilateral coercive measures applied against developing nations that violate International Law.
During the event, Rodríguez Camejo also participated in the panel "A vision for the development of Africa", where she highlighted the historical ties of brotherhood between Cuba and that continent.
Likewise, she highlighted the potential to continue strengthening these ties, and the contribution of the largest of the Antilles to Africa's development, through solidarity cooperation.
The deputy minister of the Caribbean nation held meetings with several African Foreign Ministers, including Gambia's, Mamadou Tangara, of whom she stated on her Twitter account: "Thank you for your friendship and permanent support for Cuba”.
Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Cuba’s Representative Office Abroad.