Convenio Andrés Bello de integración educativa, cientifica y cultural de América Latina y España (Convenio Andrés Bello)

Andrés Bello convention for the educational, scientific and cultural integration of Latin America and Spain (Andrés Bello Convention)

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1970-01-31 Bogota Colombia


31 Jan 1970, Bogota (Colombia), on adoption of the Convention by the Governments of Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, as a cooperation organism of the T-XT6969 - Andean Subregional Integration Agreement (Cartagena Agreement). The Convention entered into force on 24 Nov 1970. Panama adhered to the Convention on 2 Feb 1980, Spain on 9 Jul 1982 and Cuba on 23 Apr 1998. The Convention was originally referred to as Convenio Andrés Bello de integración educativa, cientifica y cultural de los paises de la Región Andina and is currently also referred to by the initials CAB. It functions as a 'Social Agreement' of F-XF4919 - Sistema Andino de Integración (SAI), within the framework of F-XD0055 - Andean Community. Secretaria Ejecutiva del Convenio Andrés Bello (SECAB) -- Secretariat of the Andrés Bello Agreement -- Secrétariat de la Convention Andrés Bello was set up 30 Mar 1972, Quito (Ecuador), by Resolution No 24 of the 3rd Meeting of Ministers of Education of signatory countries (REMECAB III); the permanent head office of the secretariat is in Bogota. The H-XE3557 - Organización del Convenio Andrés Bello de Integración Educativa, Cientifica, Tecnológica y Cultural was approved by 15th Meeting of Ministers of Education, 27 Nov 1990, Madrid (Spain), on amendment of the Convention, which was ratified by all member countries.


Promote integration, mutual knowledge and brotherhood among the countries of Latin America; complement integration efforts in the economic and trade sectors with action in the fields of educational, scientific and cultural integration; contribute to the achievement of an adequate balance in educational, scientific, technical and cultural development; secure joint efforts through education, science, technology and culture in favour of the integral development of nations involved; apply science and technology to improve living standards of the peoples in the region.


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