Pan American Highway System
Système panaméricain des routes
Sistema Panamericano de Carreteras
1923 Santiago Chile
1923, Santiago (Chile), by a resolution approved during 5th International Conference of American States, as a network of highways in Latin America, linking most of the countries of South and Central America and USA. Currently under the aegis of U-XF3062 - Pan American Highway Congresses, a specialized conference of D-XD3030 - OAS. The actualization of the Pan American Highway System decided by COPACA Congress, 1984, Buenos Aires (Argentina).
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