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Rio Group

Rio Group
Membership 24 Latin American and Caribbean states
Establishment 1986

The Rio Group (Portuguese: Grupo do Rio [ˈɡɾupu du ˈʁi.u]; Spanish: Grupo de Río [ˈɡɾupo ðe ˈri.o]) is an international organization of Latin American and some Caribbean states. It was created on 18 December 1986 in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro by means of the Declaration of Rio de Janeiro, signed by Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela (the members of the Contadora Group and the Contadora Support Group). To some extent it was perceived by some observers as an alternative body to the Organization of American States during the Cold War, since that body was dominated by the United States.[citation needed] The Rio Group does not have a secretariat or permanent body, and instead relies on yearly summits of heads of states.

Current member states/organizations in alphabetical order by column:

List of Summit meetings

Summit Year City Seat country
I 1987 Acapulco 23x15px Mexico
II 1988 Montevideo 23x15px Uruguay
III 1989 Ica 23x15px Peru
IV 1990 Caracas 23x15px Venezuela
V 1991 Cartagena 23x15px Colombia
VI 1992 Buenos Aires 23x15px Argentina
VII 1993 Santiago 23x15px Chile
VIII 1994 Rio de Janeiro 23x15px Brazil
IX 1995 Quito 23x15px Ecuador
X 1996 Cochabamba 23x15px Bolivia
XI 1997 Asunción 23x15px Paraguay
XII 1998 Panama City 23x15px Panama
XIII 1999 Veracruz 23x15px Mexico
XIV 2000 Cartagena 23x15px Colombia
XV 2001 Santiago 23x15px Chile
XVI 2002 San José 23x15px Costa Rica
XVII 2003 Cusco 23x15px Peru
XVIII 2004 Rio de Janeiro 23x15px Brazil
XIX 2007 Georgetown 23x15px Guyana
XX 2008 Santo Domingo 23x15px Dominican Republic
XXI 2009 Zacatecas 23x15px Mexico
XXII 2009 Managua 23x15px Nicaragua
XXIII 2010 Cancun 23x15px Mexico

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