Mexico’s Minister of Foreign Relations, Marcelo Ebrard, announced at a press conference on Saturday the agreements that were adopted at the initial meeting of heads of state and government at the sixth summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) that held this. Saturday.
“Despite the differences that exist, which are serious and important, the meeting took place and many substantive decisions were made,” Ebrard said.
At the end of the meeting, the diplomat commented that A 44-point declaration that took weeks of negotiation, in which each member state’s views and positions were collected.
The Mexican Foreign Minister also referred to the special declarations that have been adopted as a regional body such as The end of the economic embargo on Cuba, the Malvinas Affair, or the COP26 Climate Change Summit to be held in Glasgow.
In his final report, Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, who chaired the meeting, said that it was not necessary to read the approved statements, but clarified that the main statement, known as the Declaration of Mexico and in the hands of dignitaries, consists of 44 numbers, each of which indicates an important topic.
Aside from the fact that the document will be public at that time, he made it clear Its preparation and approval was the result of joint work over months and the synthesis of the unified voice of countries.
And he announced that there are special statements such as the statement referring to the necessity of ending the economic bloc against Cuba and others, other than those known about the Disaster Assistance Fund, which raised $15 million on the same day of the summit. for your start.
- Declaration of the Sixth Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (PDF 554 KB)
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