The minister of Culture of Cuba, Abel Prieto, took part in this capital in a panel summoned by the European Commission, in which it highlighted the social integration of the Cuban woman and, specially, his role in the artistic creation.
As informed today diplomatic sources, the holder was invited by the organizers and he intervened in the titled forum “Cultural heritage and creativity across the lens of the woman”, realized in Belgium in the frame of the European Days of Development.
In his exhibition, the minister tackled also the cultural policy of the Revolution directed to preserve the memory, traditions and identity of the nation, as well as to safeguard the extraordinary cultural heritage.
Along with the Cuban representative, also they took control of other responsible high places as the general manager of International cooperation and Development of the European Union, Stefano Manservisi; and assistant director general of the UNESCO for Matters of Africa, Edouard Matoko.
On the other hand, the minister supported bilateral meetings with different personalities assistants like Matoko, the minister of culture of Burkina Faso, Abdoul Karim Sango and persons in charge of the Headquarter of Cooperation and Development of the European Commission.
The European Days of Development are celebrated from 2006 and summon world leaders, personalities and different actors of the cooperation with the target to discuss development topics, and approximately eight thousand persons help, between participants and visitors.
In accordance with the embassy of Cuba in Belgium, the invitation to the minister Abel Prieto as speaker constitutes a recognition to the politics tackled by the Revolution to integrate the woman in the artistic creation and to preserve the material and immaterial cultural heritage.
The Cuban delegation was integrated also by the vice-minister of the sector, Fernando Rojas; the ambassadress of Cuba in Belgium, Norm Goicochea; and officials of the diplomatic mission.