2nd - Economic and Financial Affairs

76 UNGA: Statement by the delegation of Cuba at the Segment on Permanent sovereignty of the Palestinian people in the Occupied Palestinian Territory. Second Committee. New York, 18 October 2021

Statement by the delegation of Cuba at the Segment on Permanent sovereignty of the Palestinian people in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, and of the Arab population in the occupied Syrian Golan over their natural resources.

 

Madam Chair,

Cuba endorses the statement delivered by the distinguished delegation of the Republic of Guinea on behalf of the G77 and China.

76 UNGA: Intervention by the Delegation of Cuba in the General Debate of the Second Committee. New York, 6 October 2021

Madam President:

Cuba associates itself with the interventions made by the distinguished delegations of the Republic of Guinea on behalf of the Group of 77 plus China and Antigua and Barbuda on behalf of the Alliance of Small Island Developing States.

Statement of Cuba to the United Nations. Second session of UNICEF Executive Board. 7 September 2021

Mr. President,

Esteemed Henrietta Fore, UNICEF Executive Director, distinguished members of the Executive Board and other delegations,

We thank the Executive Director for her comprehensive presentation, and the members of the Bureau and the Secretariat for the preparations for this session. I would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation to Ms. Fore for her service over the years at the helm of UNICEF in improving the lives of children around the world. I extend to her our best wishes.

75 UNGA: Statement by Ana Teresita González Fraga, First Deputy Minister of foreign trade and investment of Cuba, at the Un High-Level Meeting on middle-income countries. New York, 2 July 2021.

Six years after the adoption of the 2030 Agenda, there is still a deep gap between the ambitious Sustainable Development Goals and international commitments to support their implementation.

In a complex global political, social and economic context, exacerbated by the aftermath of COVID-19, access to external financing, special and differential treatment in trade matters and international cooperation are crucial for middle-income countries.

75 UNGA: Statement by Ambassador Pedro Luis Pedroso Cuesta, Permanent Representative of Cuba to the United Nations First regular session of the UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS Executive Board UNFPA Segment. New York, 3 February 2021

Madam President,

Esteemed Natalia Kanem, Executive Director,

Dear members of the Executive Board and other delegations,

We thank the UNFPA Executive Director for her relevant and substantive statement and the members of the Bureau for the preparations and documentation submitted for this session.

75 UNGA: Statement by H.E. Mr. Pedro Luis Pedroso Cuesta, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Cuba to the UN. First regular session of the UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS Executive Board UNDP Segment. New York, 2 February 2021

Madam President,

Esteemed Mr. Achim Steiner, UNDP Administrator,

Distinguished members of the Executive Board and other delegations,

We thank Administrator Steiner for his substantive and comprehensive statement and the members of the Bureau and the Secretariat for the preparations and documentation submitted for this session.

75 UNGA: Statement by the delegation of Cuba during the Segment on Sustainable Development (Item 18). Second Committee. New York, 12 October 2020

Mr. Chairman,

My delegation associates itself with the statements delivered by the distinguished delegations of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana on behalf of the Group of 77 and China and by Belize on behalf of the Alliance of Small Island Developing States.

Mr. Chairman,

75 UNGA: Statement by the delegation of Cuba on Agenda Item No. 21: “Globalization and Interdependence”. Second Committee. New York, 9 October 2020

Mr. Chairman,

Cuba associates itself with the statements delivered by the distinguished delegations of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana on behalf of the Group of 77 and China and by Belize on behalf of the Alliance of Small Island Developing States.

The COVID-19 pandemic, an unprecedented health, economic and social challenge, has highlighted the need for solidarity, cooperation and multilateralism as the only way to tackle the common challenges facing humankind and the planet.

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