San Salvador, October 18 (RHC) Cuba has proclaimed the need to further advance the integration of Latin America and the Caribbean as the only viable option to guarantee the future development and wellbeing of the peoples of the area.
This view was presented to representatives of 39 political parties from 27 countries of this region, who met during three days in San Salvador, for the Thirty First Session of the Permanent Conference of Political Parties in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Cuban Communist Party delegate Jorge Arias said that the crucial tasks ahead for the region, include economic integration and the promotion and support of the forces that favor change and progress, as well as regional unity, according to PL news agency.
Arias recalled that twenty years ago, Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro said that the area would have NO future without unity and integration. Cuba considers integration and unity in the region as the main strategic goal, the Cuban delegate said.
An example of integration is the creation of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, a bloc described by Cuban President Raúl Castro as the most important institutional decision in the region in the past 200 years.
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