Cuba reaffirmed its commitment to solidarity and cooperation within the Organization of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OEACP) by ratifying the Georgetown Agreement in its revised version, PL reports.
The local office provides details of the said obligation. Yaira Jiménez, Cuba’s Ambassador to Belgium and the European Union (EU), has deposited an instrument of ratification in which the Caribbean country underscores its commitment to the organization’s principles of sustainable development, the participation of its members in the global economy and the eradication of poverty.
The original document, signed by Cuba (which had already submitted a digital version in October), was received in Brussels, at the headquarters of the OEACP, by the legal adviser of its secretariat, Emmanuel Opuko Avuku.
Established in 1975 on the basis of the Lomé Convention, a trade and cooperation agreement between the European Union and African, Caribbean and Pacific states, the CEACIA, which is made up of 79 developing countries, takes a clear stance against the blockade. USA vs Cuba.
The Foreign Ministry note states that the largest of the Antilles joined in 1998 as an observer, and in 2000 as a full member.
In addition to sustainable development, integration into the global economy and the fight against poverty; The organization stands for peace, stability, multilateralism, free and democratic societies and the empowerment of youth and women, concludes the text.
Source: Juventud Rebelde