Riyadh – The summit, taking place in Havana from September 15 to 16, aims to address global challenges and discuss sustainable solutions.
Upon his arrival, Prince Faisal was warmly received by the Cuban Minister of Labor and Social Security, Marta Elena Vito, as well as Saudi Arabia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Abdulaziz Al-Wasil, and the Saudi ambassador to Cuba, Faisal Al-Harbi. The foreign minister also had a meeting with Cuba’s First Secretary, Miguel Diaz-Canel, to discuss matters of mutual interest.
Diaz-Canel, along with other heads of delegations, welcomed Prince Faisal and the representatives of the participating countries at the summit venue. As part of the official proceedings, Prince Faisal joined the other delegates for the memorial photo of the participating delegations.
The G77, which originated in 1964, is a coalition of developing countries from Asia, Africa, and Central and South America. Over the years, the group has expanded to include more than 130 member nations. The summit provides a platform for these countries, along with China, to discuss the ongoing global developments and the various challenges faced by the world.
The Saudi Foreign Minister, attending the summit on behalf of King Salman, will actively engage in discussions on international affairs and collaborate with representatives from other countries to explore sustainable solutions to the global challenges. In addition to the summit sessions, Prince Faisal will also hold bilateral meetings with delegates from the participating nations, further strengthening diplomatic ties and promoting cooperation.
The G77 + China summit serves as a vital forum for developing countries to voice their perspectives and work towards common goals. By fostering dialogue and cooperation, the summit aims to contribute to a more inclusive and prosperous world.