Cuba attends meeting of Ambassadors of the Latin American and Caribbean Group

Cuba attends meeting of Ambassadors of the Latin American and Caribbean Group

Cuban Ambassador Roger Lopez represented the country at the meeting of Ambassadors of the Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC), organized in Denmark.

Jeppe Kofod, Minister of Foreign Affairs of that European nation received the Ambassadors of the GRULAC at the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Denmark, as was published today at the website of Cubaminrex.

The information added that the meeting was promoted by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs to hold a Round Table on Climate Change, in which the high representative of the Danish diplomacy referred to the government policy regarding the behavior of climate change on the planet.

He also expressed the efforts they make with the goal at reducing the greenhouse gas emissions in a 70 percent by the 2030.

The ambassadors of Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Cuba set out their goals and purposes in the face of the challenge that humanity is facing today with the commitment to make life on the planet less vulnerable.

Lopez explained the purposes of Cuba enunciated in the Life Task through several plans considered fundamental for the national environmental protection policy.

He also stated that the main objective are protecting both the human lives and the environment, increasing the energy efficiency, and developing the use of renewable energy sources, along with promoting less carbon-intensive economic development.