Human Rights Council adopts three resolutions based on Cuba’s initiative

Jun 22, 2020 by

Human Rights Council adopts three resolutions based on Cuba’s initiative
HAVANA, Cuba, June 18 (ACN) Cuban foreign minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla said Thursday on Twitter that on the initiative of the Caribbean nation, the Human Rights Council is considering three resolutions related to cultural rights, food and foreign debt.
Also referring to the debate in #HRC43, mentioning the 43rd session of the Human Rights Council that was resumed this week in Geneva, Switzerland, Rodriguez Parrilla tweeted on Wednesday that in an increasingly unequal and complex world it is a duty to fight against human rights violations based on skin color and ethnicity.
 At the current session of the Human Rights Council, which will conclude on Friday, the Cuban delegation presented the three draft resolutions, related to the impact of the Foreign Debt on the Enjoyment of Human Rights, the Right to Food and on Cultural Rights.
On the other hand, and after one hundred days of reporting the first cases of COVID-19 in the Caribbean island, much of the country begins the first stage of recovery, let’s keep on winning, Rodriguez Parrilla urged this Thursday on the same social media.
The first phase of the post-COVID-19 recovery stage begins this day in Cuba, with the exception of Havana and Matanzas provinces.
Abel González Alayón
Chief-Editor Language Department
Cuban News Agency

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