Caracas, July 20. Cuba will ratify its commitment to multilateralism at the ministerial meeting of the Coordinating Bureau of the Non-Aligned Movement (Mnoal), Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said Saturday.
The Cuban Foreign Minister, in Twitter, stressed the willingness of the Cuban delegation to work for 'the establishment of a democratic, just and equitable international order that responds to the demand for peace, sustainable development and justice of our people.
With an agenda focused on peace and respect for international law, the meeting will present documents to revitalize the values of the Movement, ratify the sovereignty of the peoples, the non-interference in internal affairs and the practice of peaceful solutions to existing conflicts on the international scene.
The meeting will be attended by the delegations of the 120 member states, 17 nations and 10 international organizations with observer status, as well as personalities invited to the conclave.
Venezuela will present a balance of its management at the head of the organization in the 2016-2019 term, before handing over the presidency pro tempore to Azerbaijan at the summit scheduled for Baku in October this year.
The agenda of the meeting - scheduled until Sunday - will include a meeting to address the case of Palestine, with the adoption of a political declaration on the issue.
The Non-Aligned Movement is the second largest and most important international organization after the United Nations.
This forum fosters respect for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all nations, the recognition of the equality of all races, and non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries as fundamental axes of its policy.