Laos unprecedentedly attends international conference in Cuba

Vientiane, Jan 27 (Prensa Latina) The Lao News Agency (KPL) on Friday highlighted on the homepage of its website the participation of this country, for the first time, in the International Conference for the World’s Balance.

Lao Ambassador to Cuba Vanhtha Senmeuang headed the representation of this Southeast Asian nation at the meeting, which the source itself described as an important and valid event for a positive exchange of ideas.

The 5th International Conference for the World’s Balance is in its final session on Friday, on the eve of the celebration of the 170th birthday of Cuban National Hero Jose Marti, whose ethical values have been a constant reference in the forums of the meeting.

More than 1,000 delegates from nearly 90 nations participated in the working sessions, at which the coincidence of criteria regarding the full validity of Marti’s thinking in forging a world of equity, solidarity, and inclusion was noted.

The conference forums, the Colloquium of Historians, and the International Meeting of the Marti Chairs also addressed the most pressing current issues, from the national realities to the phenomena affecting humanity as a whole.

According to the program, a congress on the new international economic order, organized by Progressive International and attended by David Adler, General Coordinator of that platform, and Guillaume Long, Ecuador’s foreign minister during the government of Rafael Correa, among other prominent figures, is taking place on Friday.


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