(PointXpress)Over one hundred Heads of State/Government, Foreign Ministers and other Heads of Delegation attending the G77 meeting in Havana that was held in Havana, Cuba, last Friday and Saturday. Foreign Affairs Minister, E.P Chet Greene led Antigua and Barbuda’s delegation to the meeting that discussed matters of interest to these states. In the post meeting Declaration, the Group expressed concern over the use of technology. The declaration also referenced the current unfair state of the world economic order. “We note with deep concern that the major challenges generated by the current unfair international economic order for developing countries have reached their most acute expression in current times due, inter alia, to the persistent negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, even though the Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) for COVID-19 has been lifted by the WHO, it stated. The meeting also called for changes to the world financial system. “We stress the urgent need for a comprehensive reform of the international financial architecture and a more inclusive and coordinated approach to global financial governance, with greater emphasis on cooperation among countries, including through increasing the representation of developing countries in global decision and policy-making bodies which will contribute to enhance the capacities of developing countries to access and develop science, technology and innovation,” the declaration declared. Greene was accompanied on the trip by Permanent Secretary, Anthony Liverpool and Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to Cuba, George Goodwin.