RD. The foreign ministers of Ibero-America concluded on Friday a private meeting on documents that will be delivered and known by the respective presidents during the XXVIII Ibero-American Summit in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
According to the Foreign Minister, Roberto Álvarez, the documents include a proposal named Critical Path for Food Security, Inclusive and Sustainable in Ibero-America as well as the Ibero-American Charter of Principles and Rights in Digital Environments.
The Minister said that the purpose of both proposals is to guarantee the exercise of fundamental human rights in the digital environment.
Likewise, the III Quadrennial Plan of Action for Ibero-American Cooperation was approved, which aims to promote cooperation among nations and to fulfill one of the sustainable development objectives of water.
The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Ibero-American countries have concluded a private meeting to discuss the documents to be presented during the XXVIII Ibero-American Summit to be held in Santo Domingo, capital of the Dominican Republic.
In addition, 13 ministerial meetings and forums were held on topics of high regional relevance, and specific commitments were signed.
The Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State is scheduled to begin this Friday, although the working sessions will start on Saturday.