Central American Integration Includes Drug and Other Enforcement Issues in Future Program

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Saturday, January 26, 1991
Author: 
Bruce Zagaris
Volume: 
7
Issue: 
1
33-34
Abstract: 
On December 15-17, 1990, the five Central American Presidents and the President of Panama met in Puntarenas, Costa Rico, to discuss various issues of socio-political and economic importance to the region. The meeting was a follow-up to the "Antigua Summit" of last June and consolidated the mechanism for the celebration of these summits between Heads of State on a biannual basis. The n ew cooperation includes specifically drug issues and enforcement of security and immigration issues.