Climate change, food security and financial “architecture”, the policies connecting banks and other financial institutions. These were key issues discussed at a major summit in the Dominican Republic.
Leaders from across Latin America gathered in Santo Domingo for the 28th Ibero-American Summit. Over the weekend, delegations from 22 Spanish and Portuguese-speaking nations agreed on four proposals under this year’s theme: “Together for a fair and sustainable Ibero-America.”
Joining the discussion:
- Laura Carlsen is the Director of Americas Program.
- Benjamin Norton is an investigative journalist and editor of Multipolarista, an independent news website.
- Gloria La Riva is coordinator of the Cuba and Venezuela Solidarity Committee in the U.S.
- Mario Sergio Lima is a Senior Brazil Analyst at Medley Global Advisors.
Inflation, migration in focus at regional Ibero-American summit https://t.co/qSVS1e9irT pic.twitter.com/KR79BBkFx3
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Addressing a food crisis affecting a fifth of Latin America's population featured high on the agenda of an Ibero-American leaders summit that started in the Dominican Republic on Friday.https://t.co/3r5LsTspIT pic.twitter.com/Ah1wab5lY7
— AFP News Agency (@AFP) March 25, 2023