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International meeting of leftist media begins in Cuba

Havana, February 12.- Cuba is hosting the Second International Meeting of Theoretical Publications of Left Parties and Movements starting today, which will be held until next Wednesday at the Havana Convention Palace.

At the event, Cuban intellectuals, personalities, thinkers and academics and a hundred of their colleagues from 32 countries will debate the importance of unity and the position of youth against fascism and neo-fascism, with the purpose of agreeing on a common agenda of confronting those challenges.

This meeting is of great importance for the popular, left-wing and progressive Parties, movements and forces, in the face of the worsening of the international situation and the systemic crisis that affects the world, the rise of fascism in various parts, the progressive death of the old world and the delay in the emergence of a new world order, the call highlighted.

According to the coordinator of the event and director of the Cuba Socialist Magazine, Enrique Ubieta, the last day of the event will be dedicated to the analysis and preparation of the plan formed together with those present, to receive proposals and agree on actions.

In the first of these meetings, held in Havana in person in February 2023, participants debated, among other topics, the new global geopolitical configuration and the right-wing offensive, the systemic and multidimensional crisis on a global scale.

They also addressed the danger of a global nuclear conflagration, cultural colonization, the challenges of progressive forces in today's world and the validity of the legacy of the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro.

This call from the Cuba Socialista Magazine, theoretical and political organ of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC), is co-sponsored by the PCC Ñico López University, the House of the Americas, the Cuban chapter of the Network in Defense of Humanity and the Cuban newspapers Granma and Juventud Rebelde. (Text and photo: PL)

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