The European country will share its best practices in the search for better answers to the problems of cybersecurity.
In an event opened by Secretary General Insulza, representatives from various regional organizations discussed threats to democracy and development.
Members of the MESICIC committee met with representatives of the state, civil society and the private sector.
In the meeting with Carlos Raúl Morales and the candidate for Secretary General of the Organization, they discussed issues on the hemispheric agenda.
“Our world is getting smaller. If we fail to take note or engage, it is at our own peril,” said Ambassador Ramdin.
Secretary General Insulza highlighted that the Spanish Fund has enabled the development of nearly one hundred projects of the Organization in the last decade.
OAS leader and Archbishop Bernardito C. Auza discussed issues of security, development, environment and democracy in the Hemisphere.
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