Cusco Declaration

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Cusco Declaration
Created 8 December 2004
Location Cusco, Peru
Signatories 12 South American countries

The Cusco Declaration, formally titled Preamble to the Foundation Act of the South American Union, is a two-page declaration of intent signed by 12 South American countries during the Third South American Summit on 8 December 2004 in Cusco, Peru. It announces the foundation of the Union of South American Nations. It called for a regional parliament, a common market and a common currency.

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