The OAS leader met with the Foreign Ministers of the two countries to discuss the issue.
Two bodies will organize activities on technical response to incidents that focus on the needs and challenges of OAS member states.
The new hemispheric leader announced his slogan will be "More rights for more people."
He took office in a meeting of the Permanent Council.
The Electoral Observation Mission was pleased to witness that the process was carried out in an orderly, peaceful and even festive manner.
The representatives of both countries recognized the role of the OAS in the achievements of the process.
The team of observers will accompany the process until the delivery of results.
In the framework of the event, he also met President of El Salvador, Salvador Sánchez Cerén.
In his last speech to the Permanent Council he said that "the Organization is much stronger now than when I arrived."
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Currently, some 10% of children born in Latin America and the Caribbean officially do not exist as their births were never recorded. With no record of their existence, these children will lose access to a range of services and rights. The OAS, through the Universal Civil Identity Program in the Americas (PUICA), aims to register all children born in the region to ensure recognition of their right to civil identity.