Development Plan for El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras

The heads of state of the three countries presented in Washington a plan to promote economic, social and institutional development in their countries.

Friday, November 14, 2014

From a statement issued by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB):

The Presidents of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras have presented a Prosperity Partnership plan for the Northern Triangle.

During a conference held at IDB headquarters in Washington

The presidents Salvador Sanchez Ceren of El Salvador, Otto Pérez Molina of Guatemala, and Juan Orlando Hernandez of Honduras presented today in Washington a plan to promote economic, social and institutional development in their countries.

The three heads of state took part in, along with the US Vice President Joseph Biden, the Central America Conference: Creating Opportunities for Growth, held at the headquarters of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).

During the event the Central American presidents outlined the proposals contained in the Plan for the Partnership for Prosperity in the Northern Triangle, which aims to increase economic growth, employment opportunities, access to education and health and safety conditions in the three countries.

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