Cuba reiterates commitment to cooperate with others in struggle against AIDS

Yesterday June 9 in the UN General Assembly, Cuba reiterated its willingness to cooperate with other countries to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and promote prevention, while advocating for the universal human right to health care and its non-commercial development, as necessary to reach the goal of eradication of the disease by 2030.

During the first three days of a high level meeting on the issue, Minister of Public Health, and Political Bureau member, Roberto Morales Ojeda, stated that the country is more than willing to help others, to share Cuba’s experience and accomplishments.

He renewed Cuba’s commitment to supporting worldwide, regional, and national responses to HIV/AIDS, stating that only integration, solidarity and cooperation can produce sustainable results, and confront common challenges in a globalized, unequal world.

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