Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez during his speech at the XXVIII Ibero-American Summit.

After a fruitful day in the Dominican Republic, where he attended the high-level segment of the XXVIII Ibero-American Summit, the first secretary of the PCC Central Committee and President of the Republic, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, returned to Havana this Saturday.

"After a fruitful day in the Dominican Republic, the president returned to Cuba, where on March 26 he will go very early to exercise his right to vote in the national elections," the Presidency posted on Twitter.

Among other activities in the context of the Ibero-American Summit, Díaz-Canel met with his Bolivian counterpart, Luis Arce Catacora, who highlighted in a tweet that "we had a pleasant meeting with the brother president of Cuba.

We reaffirm our relations of mutual cooperation and brotherhood to continue on the path of revolution, progress and social justice in favor of our peoples”.

Almost at the end of his work day this Saturday in the Dominican Republic, the Cuban president held a brief dialogue with the island's diplomatic personnel in that nation and thanked them for all the work they do there.

The final declaration of the XXVIII Ibero-American Summit manifests in one of its points the rejection of unilateral coercive measures that violate international law and the Charter of the United Nations.

In a special communiqué, the Ibero-American nations rejected the application of the Helms-Burton Law, the intensification of the blockade and the financial persecution against Cuba, they called on the US Government. to comply with the 30 resolutions of the UN General Assembly They ask to stop this policy, and they asked to exclude the Island from the arbitrary list of countries that sponsor terrorism that Washington draws up.

The Declaration of Santo Domingo reaffirms the "right of each people to choose and build freely, in peace, stability and justice, its political, economic and social system and its institutions", and declared itself in favor of relations based on sovereignty and non-interference .

At the same time, it expresses support for multilateralism, highlights the role of a rules-based, open, non-discriminatory, fair, inclusive, transparent and equitable multilateral trading system, and points out the need for a fairer, more democratic, international financial system. inclusive and supportive.

After a fruitful day in the Dominican Republic, President @DiazCanelB returned to #Cuba, where on March 26 he will go very early to exercise his right to vote in the national elections.#YoVotoXTodos

– Presidency Cuba 🇨🇺 (@PresidenciaCuba) March 26, 2023

Ibero-American Summit rejects unilateral coercive measures in final declaration and pronounces itself against the blockade of Cuba