Cuba advocates in Geneva to stop digital divide in education

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Cuba defended at the UN Human Rights Council the inclusive access to information and communication technologies to eliminate the digital divide that impacts the field of education. We agree that it is important to reduce the digital divide and the impediments to access technology. However, this principle should not be restricted to families and communities within countries; but also between countries, Mirthia Julia Brossard said in the continuation of the debates of the 50th session of the body based in this Swiss city.

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Statement by Juan Antonio Quintanilla, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Cuba, at the 8th Meeting of the "Istanbul Process" on combating religious intolerance

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My country has maintained a consistent position in multilateral forums, in favor of respect for diversity and the promotion of dialogue and interreligious fraternity. At the present juncture that humanity is going through, these principles are more necessary than ever. You can always count on Cuba to continue defending these principles.

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