Sistema Andino de Integración (SAI)
Andean Integration System
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1996-03-09 Trujillo Peru
9-10 Mar 1996, Trujillo (Peru), by the Acta de Trujillo, as a series of bodies and institutions within the F-XD0055 - Andean Community, working in close coordination and with efforts oriented to the same objectives. The process commenced with T-XT6969 - Andean Subregional Integration Agreement (Cartagena Agreement) and is leading to the implementation of U-XF2431 - Andean Common Market (ANCOM) and to complementary integration efforts in the fields of education, technology and culture, health and labour affairs.
Intensify Andean subregional integration, promote its external projection and bolster actions connected with the process.
- Highest authority - K-XE4200 - Andean Presidential Council;
- E-XE3582 - Andean Council of Foreign Ministers;
- E-XE3583 - Commission of the Andean Community;
- General Secretariat of the Andean Community -- Secretaria General de la Comunidad Andina;
- F-XF9018 - Andean Parliament;
- F-XF8363 - Court of Justice of the Andean Community.
- K-XK1809 - Consejo Consultivo Empresarial Andino (CCEA);
- K-XK1796 - Andean Labor Advisory Council;
- F-XF0409 - Development Bank of Latin America (CAF);
- F-XF5466 - Latin American Reserve Fund;
- F-XF4590 - Universidad Andina Simón Bolivar (UASB);
Social conventions -
- - F-XF5032 - Hipólito Unanue Agreement,
- - H-XF3552 - Convenio andino de seguridad social (CONASS),
- - F-XF6904 - Simón Rodriguez Agreement.
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