28th Ibero-American Summit underway

Edited by Beatriz Montes de Oca
2023-03-25 12:03:55


28th Ibero-American Summit


Havana, March 25 (RHC) The 28th Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Government began in Santo Domingo with the presence of the leaders of Latin America and the Caribbean, Spain, Portugal and Andorra, under the motto "Together for a fair Ibero-America and sustainable”.

The Ibero-American Secretary General, Andrés Allamand, alluded to the importance of a Summit focused on human beings, and on the quality of life of the inhabitants that the Community represents.

Allamand pointed out that this will be a summit dedicated to people and aimed at having concrete results. To achieve them, the Ibero-American Environmental Charter, the Food Security Strategy and the Charter of Digital Principles and Rights will be submitted for consideration by the countries.

Also, Dominican President Luis Abinader stressed the unity existing between the countries of the Ibero-American community, and expressed how “divine providence placed Dominicans in the center of the continent, the link between Europe and the New World. Today, at a crucial moment for humanity, when we are facing a change of era, paradigms that we took for granted, for this reason it is necessary to look for a possible utopia”.  The president also recalled that the region faces common challenges which require collective responses.
After the initial activity of the Summit, the leaders participated in a dinner offered by the head of state of the Dominican Republic to their counterparts and heads of delegations and guests.

Today, starting at 09:00 local time, the event will take place at the Convention Center of the Dominican Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in which the heads of State and Government will intervene, and subsequently the Summit documents will be approved, including the Declaration of Santo Domingo. (Source: Prensa Latina)


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