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UN calls for more fairness for developing nations at a G77 summit in Cuba

  • Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel called for a change in the rules of the game, stating that developing countries have been the main victims of global issues such as unfair trade and global warming.
  • The Group of 77 developing countries (G77) held a summit in Havana, Cuba, with the aim of promoting their collective economic interests and enhancing their negotiation capacity. The presence of world leaders at the summit, including United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, recognizes Cuba as a valid interlocutor despite its economic crisis.
  • China, although not a full member, supports the mission of the G77 and remains committed to South-South cooperation. The expanding BRICS trade group also has implications for emerging economies.
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