Union of Ibero-American Capital Cities
Union des capitales ibéroaméricaines
Unión de Ciudades Capitales Iberoamericanas (UCCI)
União de Cidades Capitais Ibero-Americanas (UCCI)
1982-10-12 Madrid Spain
Founded during 2 consecutive meetings in Cadiz (Spain) and Madrid (Spain), where 21 mayors of the Ibero-American capitals signed the twinning between all of them.
Encourage links, relations and exchange among member cities; study issues affecting lives and activities of associated municipalities; promote rights of neighbourhood, peaceful coexistence and citizen participation in public affairs; promote balanced and harmonious development of Ibero-American capital cities and work for solidarity and cooperation among them.
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Plenary Assembly (every 2 years); Executive Committee; Regions (4); Sectorial Committees (16); Working Groups (5).
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