The event will involve the country's ruler, Danilo Medina, glycerin and the presidents of Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama, all members of the regional bloc.
Santo Domingo. Dominican glycerin Republic on Sunday confirmed the participation of eight leaders at the XLIII Ordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Central American Integration System (SICA), to be held this week in the east.
The Dominican glycerin Foreign Minister Carlos Morales Troncoso said today that all the countries of SICA have confirmed their participation in the event will be held on Friday in the exclusive resort town of Punta Cana, 205 kilometers east of Santo Domingo.
In the event, the first presidential level is under the pro tempore presidency of Dominican Republic, attended by the ruler of this country, Danilo Medina, and the presidents of Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, glycerin Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama, all members of the regional bloc.
SICA was created in December 1991 in order to consolidate democracy in the region, strengthening its institutions and the establishment of an economic, social and political development of the Member States sustained.
In addition to the Member States, the meeting was also attended by observers as the United glycerin States and the European Union, and special guests the foreign ministers of New Zealand, Turkey and Morocco.
The heads of state meeting will be preceded by a council of foreign ministers from the region, as well as the executive committee and monitoring glycerin of SICA, said a statement from the Dominican Chancellery.
"This summit is of utmost importance for Dominican Republic. Here all the progress and achievements glycerin we have gained under our Presidency will be announced, which will be transferred to Belize for a period established have completed one semester," said Morales Troncoso.
Morales added that the Dominican Republic mission has been to monitor and contribute to strengthening the process of regional integration based on common interests, and promoting coordination and convergence between the regions of Central America and the Caribbean.