Cuba highlights recognition of United Arab Emirates

Havana, May 23 (Prensa Latina) Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez today highlighted the delivery to Cuba of the Order of First Class Zayed II, from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), in recognition of the presidency exercised by this nation in the G77+China.

In his profile on the social network X, the top representative of Cuban diplomacy affirmed that Cuba worked with commitment in favor of the common interests of the South, the expansion of cooperation, and ensuring mutually beneficial relations with the rest of the world.

The day before, the Special Representative to coordinate the presidency of the G-77+China, Pedro Pedroso, received the distinction in Abu Dhabi, from the UAE’s President, for the fundamental role played in the unification of the G77+China around the COP28 negotiated outcomes project, especially the global inventory.

Cuba assumed the presidency of the bloc for 2023, in an international context still affected by the socioeconomic consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic and the combined effect of multiple crises.

According to experts, during this stage, the G77+China reaffirmed itself not only as the largest negotiating group of the United Nations, but also as a fundamental actor for the necessary transformation of the current economic order, and demonstrated its capacity to unite around issues of vital importance and common interest among member states.

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