Paraguay–Uruguay relations

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Paraguay–Uruguay relations
Map indicating locations of Paraguay and Uruguay



The Republic of Paraguay and the Oriental Republic of Uruguay established diplomatic relations on April 6, 1845. Paraguay has an embassy in Montevideo.[1] Uruguay has an embassy in Asunción.[2]

During the War of the Triple Alliance, in which Uruguay was the smallest member of the coalition at war with Paraguay, soldiers of both countries fought each other in the major battles of Jataí, Tuyutí and Curupaity.

Both countries were founding members of the Mercosur, and both are full members of the Rio Group, the Latin Union, the Association of Spanish Language Academies, the Organization of American States, the Organization of Ibero-American States and of the Union of South American Nations.

Both countries are sometimes grouped together because they both share the suffix "Guay".

There are Paraguayan citizens living and working in Uruguay, as well as some Uruguayan expatriates in Paraguay. Both countries also consider each other as interesting tourist destinations.

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