3rd - Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Affairs

75 UNGA: Intervention of Cuba at UN-Women Executive Board. First Regular Session 2021. New York, February 15, 2021

At the outset, I would like to reiterate our appreciation to UN-Women for the efforts throughout these challenging times. UN-Women has been a strong voice for addressing the socio-economic consequences of COVID-19 on the life of women and girls around the world, and the integration of a gender perspective in the response to and recovery from the pandemic.

75 UNGA: Statement by H.E. Mr. Pedro Luis Pedroso Cuesta, Permanent Representative of Cuba to the United Nations, at the debate on agenda item 15 “Culture of Peace”. New York, 1st December 2020

Mr. President,

The year that is ending has been marked by the unprecedented impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, which adds new challenges and complicates others that already existed for the international community.

Most eloquently, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the unjust nature of the international order in which we live, which multiplies the privileges of rich countries and perpetuates the shortcomings of the poor.

75 UNGA: Statement by the Cuban delegation at the Interactive dialogue with the President of the Human Rights Council at the UNGA Hall. Third Committee. New York, 5 November 2020

Madam President,

As long as selectivity, punitive practices, double standards and political manipulation continue, particularly against countries of the South, the international community will not be able to make real progress regarding the promotion and protection of all human rights for all persons.

75 UNGA: Statement by Cuba at the Interactive Dialogue with Mr. Livingstone Sewanyana, Independent Expert on the promotion of a democratic and equitable international order. Third Committee. New York, 19 October 2020

Madam Chair,

We thank the Independent Expert for his presentation.

The promotion of a democratic and equitable international order is more relevant today than ever. With a democratic and equitable international order, the pandemic would not have the effects is having and will continue to have, disproportionately, on countries of the South.

75 UNGA: Statement by Cuba at the Interactive Dialogue with the Special Rapporteur, Sra. Alena Douhan, on the negative impact of unilateral coercive measures on the enjoyment of human rights. Third Committee. New York, 16 October 2020

Madam Chair,

We welcome the Special Rapporteur and congratulate her on her appointment. Like her predecessors, she will count on our full support.

We appreciate the presentation of her report A/75/209, which examines the impact of unilateral coercive measures on the enjoyment of human rights, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

75 UNGA: Statement by the delegation of Cuba at the Interactive Dialogue with Mr. Zamir Akram, Chair-Rapporteur of the Working Group on the Right to Development. Third Committee. New York, 16 October 2020

Madam Chair,

My delegation welcomes Mr. Zamir Akram and thanks his oral presentation. We reiterate to the Working Group on the Right to Development our full support in the fulfillment of its important mandate.  

We regret the postponement of the twenty-first session of the Working Group and we hope that it can be held as rescheduled. We request the Office of the High Commissioner to provide all possible support to the Working Group, so that it can resume its work.

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