The summit concluded with the Buenos Aires Declaration, in which member states called for an end to the economic blockade against Cuba and welcomed dialogue in Venezuela.
of Buenos Aires Declaration ,this is VII The Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac) Summit, This Tuesday, they confirmed the region’s commitment to advance the process of integration of diversity and called for an end to the “lockdown”. Cuba We had a dialogue with Venezuela .
The summit was surrounded by controversy over its invitation to Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua, and was denounced on various occasions as undemocratic and abusive, but it was “determined to move forward in the process of integration.” An agreement was reached confirming the members’ commitment to ‘promote unity, political, economic, social and cultural diversity”.
In a document of 100 items and 11 special declarations, the Forum stated that the aims of Latin America and the Caribbean were “fully cognizant of its projections” and “able to deepen consensus on issues of common interest.” I can,” he concluded.
Serac reiterated his call to the UN General Assembly to “end the economic, commercial and financial blockade against Cuba” and the “unilateral list and denial of recognition” affecting Latin America and the Caribbean.
It also called for “removing Cuba from the unilateral list of countries alleged to support international terrorism.”
Regarding Venezuela, Serac highly appreciates the “agreement” reached on 26 November 2022, within the framework of the dialogue and negotiation process between the Government of Venezuela and the United Platform of Opposition in Venezuela, by the Governments of Mexico and Norway. facilitated.
In this sense, he welcomed “the support of the international community for the implementation of the aforementioned agreements.”
Absence of presidents in Venezuela and Nicaragua
The Buenos Aires Declaration reiterated Argentina’s “most resolute regional support for its legitimate rights” in the sovereignty dispute over the Malvinas Islands.
Argentina’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Santiago Cafiero, reached a press conference afterward to agree on points in the proclamation that also address questions about the full validity of the commitment to democracy, the fact that the region is a zone. An agreement was reached stressing the importance of prioritizing peace and sustainable economic recovery.
Cuban President Miguel Diaz Canel’s Presence and Venezuelan President’s Last Minute Absence, Nicholas Maduro added to that of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega highlighted the atmosphere of the forum between the Argentine opposition and regional leaders.
Latin America and the Caribbean reiterated that effective international cooperation, in compliance with domestic laws, is required to address the world’s drug problem.
They also stressed the urgency of meeting the commitment of developed countries to jointly mobilize $100 million annually for climate finance between 2020 and 2025 to assist developing countries. and emphasized the importance of regional cooperation in disaster risk management and reduction.