The ambassadors of Guyana and Belize discussed their ideas with member states ahead of the March 18 election.
The two will establish coordination mechanisms in academic activities through the promotion of international law and the Inter-American System.
The process began with a meeting in San José to gather information and determine needs of the country.
The Mission highlighted the atmosphere of calm and normalcy that characterized the elections, thanks to contributions from all sectors of society.
Process is part of the Fifth Round of the Mechanism for Follow-up on the Implementation of the Inter-American Convention against Corruption.
The Secretary General said that the last decade will be remembered "as a period of unprecedented progress in renewable energy.”
The new site and the central theme of the hemispheric meeting will be discussed at the next Permanent Council.
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