The authorities discussed the upcoming Summit of the Americas, which convenes the heads of state and government of the 35 OAS member states.
The process was facilitated by the establishment of a National Cyber Security Task Force.
The OAS leader expressed his gratitude for the commitment of the country to the Organization and the Inter-American system.
The body also celebrated the 25th anniversary of the incorporation of Canada as a member state
At the CELAC Summit, he also urged strengthening the democratic process in the region and jointly combating threats to security.
The OAS leader also exchanged views on the political events in the region with representatives of various international organizations.
The Council also received the conclusions of the Eighth Competitiveness Forum of the Americas, held in Trinidad and Tobago.
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