January 19, 2022

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Bruno Rodriguez heads the Cuban delegation to the CELAC foreign ministers meeting

HAVANA: Bruno Rodriguez Parilla, Cuban Minister of Foreign Relations, is heading the island delegation that will participate in the 22nd Meeting of Foreign Ministers of the Group of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), which will take place on Friday, January. 7 in Buenos Aires, Aires, Argentina.

A note from the Cuban Foreign Ministry notes that during the meeting, Mexico will transfer the presidency of the Pro Tempore group to Argentina.

This meeting will allow to continue progress in revitalizing Celac as a real mechanism of political agreement in Latin America and the Caribbean, built on the principle of unity in diversity, highlighting the source.

The Cuban delegation also consists of the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and National Coordinator of CELAC Anayance Rodrigues Camejo. the Director-General of Multilateral Affairs and International Law at the State Department, Rodolfo Benítez-Fersson; Director General of Latin America and the Caribbean, Eugenio Martinez Enriquez, and other FAO officials.

Rodriguez Barilla highlighted on Twitter today the Antilles’ largest commitment to unity in diversity, which was demonstrated by the participation of Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel at the sixth CELAC Summit, last September.

“In 2021, #Cuba actively supported the Mexican Presidency Pro TemporePPT_CELAC, under the common goal of promoting consensus building and regional integration. The participation of President DiazCanelB at the 6th CELAC Summit underlined our commitment to unity in diversity,” the chancellor wrote.

During the 21st Meeting of Foreign Ministers, held in Mexico, in July 2021, Cuba endorsed its commitment to unity and integration, and to the defense of Latin America as a region of peace.

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Celac is a mechanism of political agreement, cooperation and integration of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean, consisting of 32 countries.