The 22 nations meet in the Dominican Republic under the motto “Together for a Just and Sustainable Ibero-America”
The 28th Ibero-American Summit kicked off Friday evening in the Dominican Republic under the theme “Together for a Just and Sustainable Ibero-America”. Former Chilean Foreign Minister Andrés Allamand, in charge of the Ibero-American General Secretariat, called on the 22 participating countries to take advantage of the regional context, “which mixes opportunities and challenges.”
Among the notable absences from the meeting was the absence of Iñácio Lula da Silva and Andrés Manuel Lopez, who did not travel to the Dominican Republic due to the Brazilian President’s visit to China, as well as the Mexican due to his fears of the forums. international.
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