Central American Union
1997 Managua Nicaragua
1997, Managua (Nicaragua), at Presidential Summit of 5 countries - Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala (Guatemala), Honduras and Nicaragua - on signature of the 'Declaration of Managua II'. The President of Panama and the Prime Minister of Belize (Belize) initialled the text as observers. The agreement refers to a gradual and progressive process, with no date fixed for the different stages, but Ministers of Foreign Affairs of countries in the region are to prepare the necessary conditions for its implementation.
Make of Central America a large and democratic homeland, equitable, prosperous and tolerant; promote development of democratic institutions, respect for human rights, reinforcement of the rule of law, supremacy of civil authority and peaceful means of conflict resolution in the region.
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