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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 the delegation of Cuba on Item 87 “Scope and application of the principle of universal jurisdiction”. New York, 3 November 2020

Mr. Chairman,

Cuba endorses the statement delivered by the Islamic Republic of Iran on behalf of the Non-Aligned Movement.

We take note of the Secretary-General´s Report, prepared on the basis of remarks and observations made by the Member States, contained in document A/75/151. 

Cuba reiterates its firm commitment to the fight against impunity for crimes against humanity.

75 UNGA: Statement by the Cuban delegation in the debate under Item 75: "Report of the International Criminal Court”. New York, November 2, 2020

Mr. Chairman,

The Cuban delegation takes note of Reports A/75/321 and A/75/324 of the Secretary-General and the International Criminal Court, respectively.

At the same time, it expresses its commitment to the fight against impunity for crimes affecting the International Community.

Mr. Chairman,

75 UNGA: Statement by the Cuban delegation on Item 85 “Report of the Special Committee on the Charter of the United Nations and on the strengthening of the role of the organization”. New York, 23 October 2020

Mr. Chairman,

Cuba associates itself with the statement delivered by the Islamic Republic of Iran on behalf of NAM and wishes to make the following statement in its national capacity.

Mr. Chairman,

Our delegation welcomes the Secretary-General´s report A/75/145.

We support the work of the Special Committee on the Charter and its agenda and also appreciate the presentation of its report contained in document A/75/33.

75 UNGA: Statement by the delegation of Cuba on Item 90 “Strengthening and promoting international treaty framework” New York, 19 October 2020

Mr. Chairman,

Treaties are the main source of international law and the cornerstone of international relations based on regulations. They are also a more direct and formal method for the making of international law. The United Nations system has played a significant role to guarantee the transparency of treaties concluded by its Member States.

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 the delegation of Cuba on Item 90 “Strengthening and promoting international treaty framework”. New York, 19 October 2020

Mr. Chairman,

Treaties are the main source of international law and the cornerstone of international relations based on regulations. They are also a more direct and formal method for the making of international law. The United Nations system has played a significant role to guarantee the transparency of treaties concluded by its Member States.

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