President Alan Garcia

Posted July 17th, 2017 by Suzy

In necessary things, the unit; in the dubious, freedom; and in all, charity.(St. Augustine) An Assembly rather than the OAS convenes and where is really expected results strengthen the operability of this organism is reaching. The truth, which the Organization of American States (OAS) began on the night of June 7 Sunday in Lima, his 40a. ordinary General Assembly, in the presence of 33 Foreign Ministers or representatives of its member countries, convened to discuss arms control in the region and the return of Honduras to the Agency. The General Assembly was inaugurated by President Alan Garcia and the Secretary general of the OAS, Jose Miguel Insulza, who thanked the confidence of member countries by having him re-elected for five years from 2010. The Assembly will also bring together representatives of 120 civil organizations and 520 journalists. This Conference marks a culminating stage of the technical cooperation programme has been developed to support States in putting up of the recommendations made by a Committee of experts in the mechanism of follow-up of the implementation of the Inter-American Convention against corruption (Mesicic). Notably, as points out Luis Gonzalez Posada, former Chancellor of the Republic, the importance of the 40 General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS), to be treated, in this international event, which the Secretary of State of United States, Hillary Clinton, will bring together 33 foreign ministers from across the hemisphere, including for the first time in 60 years, the theme of the regional arms race.I think the important part of this event of the OAS is that, for the first time in 60 years, fits the theme of the regional arms race as a point of reflection and analysis. I.e., remove carpet and put it on the table to begin to talk about a subject that does not only mean wastage of resources, but it creates tensions, mistrust between the countries, he said.

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