Cuba Hosts Forum on World Equilibrium

HAVANA TIMES — Over 300 delegates from 40 countries will participate in the Third International Conference for World Equilibrium, a forum scheduled to be held in Havana from January 28 to 30, said the Organizing Committee on Wednesday.

According to the Prensa Latina news agency, the discussions planned for the event at the capital city’s International Conference Center will have a broad agenda that includes the main problems of today’s world.

Participating in the conference will be such outstanding figures as Brazil’s Frei Betto, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Adolfo Perez Esquivel of Argentina; the President of the Dominican Republic, Leonel Fernandez; Belgian theologian Francois Houtart; and the president of the World Peace Council, Maria Do Socorro Gomes.

The conference will have among its highlights the granting of the Jose Marti International Award by UNESCO for those who “contribute to Latin American and Caribbean integration and the preservation of regional identity and historical values,” reads the news note.

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