On June 9, Cuba’s First Vice President of the Councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Díaz-Ca nel, highlighted the existence of differences and common challenges between Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe and called for a constructive dialogue between both regions.
In a statement to Prensa Latina, Díaz-Ca nel stated that a long time ago Europe proposed to establish a relationship of equality with the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean, but that this has yet to be achieved.
Thus, he noted, the growing disparities and differences linked to development. There also exist different points of view on how we regard the issue, above all those relating to the implementation of development policies.
There is dissatisfaction among the nations or our region in regards to what has been achieved through this bioregional alliance, noted Díaz-Canel, in Brussels to attend the Second CELAC-EU Summit, June 10-11.