Cuba participates this Sunday in 75 World Health Assemblyin Geneva, Switzerland, the first session to be held in person after the outbreak of the epidemic caused by the COVID-19 virus.
Let’s make this scenario a space for uniting wills in pursuit of life, as explained by the Cuban Sector Minister, José Angel Portal Miranda, in his Twitter account.
She said Cuba is attending the Assembly to exchange experiences, strengthen cooperative relations and certify its commitment to the health and peace of peoples.
Miranda Gate spoke two days ago at the meeting of Health Ministers of the Non-Aligned Movement, which was held virtually in Geneva.
At that meeting he highlighted The urgent need to create flexible health systems based on primary health care.
The Cuban Minister of Public Health also noted that the most effective way to meet this enormous challenge and maintain the commitment to leave no one behind is to complement each other, share what we have, support each other and learn from successful experiences.
we share #right Now At the opening of the high-level segment of the Seventy-fifth World Health Assembly, in #GenevaSwiss.# Cuba It is about exchanging experiences, strengthening cooperative relations, and certifying their commitment to the health and peace of the people. pic.twitter.com/2PAitSc8mn
– Jose Angel Portal Miranda (@japortalmiranda) May 22 2022
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