Inter-American Committee on Peaceful Settlement
Comité interaméricain pour l'établissement pacifique
Comisión Interamericana de Soluciones Pacificas
1970, Washington DC (USA), as successor to Inter-American Peace Committee, set up 4 Dec 1940. Operated as a subsidiary organ of the Organization of American States (OAS), assisting, under the provisions of the Charter, as amended by the Protocol of Buenos Aires (Argentina), 27 Feb 1970, the Permanent Council of OAS to carry on the functions specified in Articles 82 to 90 of OAS Charter. Ceased to exist under Protocol of Amendment to OAS Charter, Protocol of Cartagena de Indias, signed in 1985, and entered into force in Nov 1988.
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