Central American Presidents to meet in Honduras

The presidents of the countries that make up SICA will meet tomorrow to discuss public safety, the progress of integration, free trade and the impact of the US financial crisis in the region.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Earlier it was reported that the purpose of the presidential summit was to discuss violence and crime in the region, immigration and the environment, but its was later decided to give priority to the eventual effects of the US economic crisis.

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Presidential Meeting in Guatemala

March 2010

Presidents and representatives from the governments of Central America are participating in a mini-summit with Hillary Clinton.

Nicaragua is the only country missing. They opted not to send anyone to the meeting.

“The U.S. State Secretary arrives to Guatemala from Costa Rica, where she expressed Barack Obama’s commitment to help Central American countries in their fight against drug trafficking”.

Single currency for Central America to be analyzed

December 2008

The SICA summit ended with a declaration that includes a dozen measures that they are seeking to implement in order to deal with the global financial crisis.

The session ended with the reading of the "Declaration of San Pedro Sula", which sets out the resolutions that the leaders of the region plan to carry out immediately and in the future, within the framework of a series of meetings that SICA will continue to hold next year. The document, which was read by Foreign Affairs Minister, Edmundo Orellana, highlights the integration project called Esquipulas III, the purpose of which is the creation of a Central American Constitution.

Central America asks BCIE for backing for Central and Private Banks

October 2008

The region made a petition to the Central American Bank for Economic Integration that could reach $2 billion, that is $400 for each one of the five countries in SICA.

Central America is seeking its own financial rescue plan. After analyzing the possible effects of the financial crisis in the United States on the region, the Heads of State of the Central American Integration System (SICA) asked the BCIE "to consider the possibility of extending lines of credit for up to $200 million for the Central Banks" in the region.

Central American summit to convene in El Salvador

June 2008

El Salvador's President, Elías Antonio Saca, confirmed that the summit of Central American presidents will take place in San Salvador on June 27.

"We will be dealing with many themes from the common agenda of Central American countries," said Saca, though he remained vague about which specific topics would be discussed.

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