December 3, 2020

Cuba to support Caribbean nations to tackle natural disasters

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From Pakistan Today

will continue to share with the nations its experience in disaster management and adaptation to climate change, a senior official said Monday.

“Cuban cooperation is unconditional and they can always count on it,” , Cuba’s deputy minister of science, technology and environment, said at the opening ceremony of an international workshop on disaster management held in the capital of Havana.

Santos said it is essential to find where the vulnerabilities are and how to deal with them.

“I think the most important thing is to check in each meeting how much we have advanced, what has been assimilated, what kind of skills and how to apply them, and that will help to define the international projections, what to do in each country and the other,” Santos said.

It is the third meeting on disaster management and adaptation to climate change held in Havana after Cuban President Raul Castro proposed in 2014 to train Caribbean specialists with the support of Cuban institutions that have rich experience in tackling natural disasters.

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