We Talk: Cubans hope G77 members can unite to meet challenges
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North America;Cuba

The Summit of the Group of 77 (G77) plus China ended in Havana, Cuba, on September 16, featuring delegations from more than 100 countries. The G77 is a group of developing countries first established in 1964. Today, the bloc has 134 member countries or over two-thirds of UN member countries.

CGTN Stringer asked local people on the streets of Havana about their views on the country's economic development and listened to their suggestions on how developing countries should meet current challenges. Sustainable development, housing problems, environmental protection and education were the keywords mentioned most frequently during the interviews. One local resident said he hopes the G77 members continue to strengthen solidarity among the group so that they reach better solutions together.

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