Less than one hundred days before the XXVIII Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Government, the 22 countries that make up the Ibero-American Community are advancing in the construction of a roadmap that allows expanding the rights and opportunities of its citizens and finding solutions to the great problems of the region.
The Ibero-American Summit, which will be held between March 24 and 25 in Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic, will be marked by the consequences of global phenomena, such as the post-pandemic recovery, the war in Ukraine, climate change, the energy crisis, the advance of digitalization or the food crisis.
“That is why we are working so that the Santo Domingo Ibero-American Summit approves a roadmap that marks its path towards food security, a charter of principles and digital rights that protects its citizens against technological advances, an environmental charter that reflects our concern for the environment and the main role that corresponds to the region in its conservation and in the fight against climate change, as well as a proposal for a fairer and more inclusive international financial architecture that allows financing post-pandemic recovery”, highlighted the Ibero-American Secretary General. , Andres Allamand.
Allamand also underlined the commitment with which all the countries of the Ibero-American Community have worked in pursuit of these objectives and encouraged them to “redouble their efforts so that the Santo Domingo Summit is a turning point towards the fairer and more sustainable Ibero-America to which we aspire”.
The summit is a unique space for political dialogue and cooperation, which is committed to multilateralism as the most effective tool to exchange experiences, aspirations and agree on positions on the challenges facing the region.
“It is, without a doubt, a unique opportunity to strengthen what unites us and project ourselves into the future”
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