Diaz-Canel is in St. Vincent and the Grenadines to attend the CELAC • Workers Summit

Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel arrived today, Thursday, in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines to participate in the eighth summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean Nations (CELAC), which begins today, Friday.

Image: Taken from PL

Upon his arrival at Argyle International Airport, the Head of State was received by Deputy Prime Minister Montgomery Daniel.

The president traveled accompanied by Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez.

As reported by the Al Jazeera Presidency in the Al Salam region.

The eighth CELAC Summit will focus on pressing issues in the region, in addition to food security, health, climate change and peacekeeping, in search of consensus and possible solutions.

The bloc, made up of 33 countries, is a regional intergovernmental mechanism that emerged in December 2011 to promote political, economic, social and cultural unity and integration.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines will deposit its mandate at the head of the bloc with the secret meeting, becoming the first member of the Caribbean Community to assume this responsibility.

Colombia will assume the interim presidency of the mechanism in 2025, and among the government's integration aspirations include promoting the green transition, interconnection and regional energy integration at the regional level.

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