CUBA: Fourteenth Non Aligned Movement summit

November 17, 1993

The Non Aligned Movement — which draws together 115 Third World nations in opposition to domination by rich nations of the First World — will hold its 14th summit on September 14-15 in Havana. Cuba will assume for a second time the presidency of the NAM, having first led the organisation from 1979-83. During its first presidency, Cuba built solidarity with the Palestinian struggle, helping to disclose the Israeli massacres of Palestinians in the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps. It also backed the Namibian struggle against Apartheid-era South Africa. Visit <> for more information.

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