They are the first confirmations for the fifth round of the OAS anti-corruption mechanism.
After the ceremony the Secretary General met with the Vice President of the Dominican Republic, Margarita Cedeño de Fernández.
He highlighted that "the OAS has been an active advocate and supporter of the transition to sustainable energy in the region."
Program is part of an initiative that began in 2012 in Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Jamaica and St. Lucia.
The results of meeting will be presented at the Summit of the Americas in April.
The Organization has assisted Colombia, Panama and Trinidad and Tobago in drafting their national strategies on the issue, and is collaborating with Dominica, Jamaica and Suriname.
During the meeting they discussed the support of the European country for some of the main projects of the Organization.
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