The 12 leaders of the Unión de Naciones Suramericanas (UNASUR) have begun steps to unify under the leadership of Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. The Summit The Meeting of the Presidents of the Countries of South America, which will take place on Tuesday, May 30, 2023, is one of the first attempts toward this goal. At this Heads of State Summit, where the integration of South America with the global economy will be discussed, President Santokhi will take part.
The foundation treaty of UNASUR was signed in Brasilia on May 23, 2008, and it came into effect on March 11, 2011, following Uraguay’s confirmation as the organization’s ninth member. The Convention was ratified by Suriname on November 24, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, and Venezuela are the 12 nations that make up UNASUR.
The group strives to create integration in the realms of culture, society, economy, and politics. The eradication of socioeconomic inequality and the promotion of social involvement have been designated as priority areas.
Minister Ramdin of Foreign Affairs, International Business, and International Cooperation spoke with his Brazilian counterpart Mauro Vieira over the phone for a long time this week in order to prepare for the visit. Ideas about the summit’s strategic objective, which is to reactivate UNASUR as a tool for regional integration, were discussed during the discussion, according to the ministry.
In preparation for the visit, Minister Ramdin of Foreign Affairs, International Business and International Cooperation had extensive telephone conversations with his Brazilian counterpart Mauro Vieira this week. During the meeting, ideas were exchanged about the strategic goal of the upcoming Summit, which is all about reactivating UNASUR as a regional integration mechanism, the ministry reports.