Council of South American Defense

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The Council of South American Defense (Spanish: Consejo de Defensa Suramericano, Portuguese: Conselho de Defesa Sul-Americano, Dutch: Zuid-Amerikaanse Defensie Raad) is a mechanism that aims to promote the exchange of safety among the countries that make up the Union of South American Nations, such as military exchanges, experiences in peacekeeping missions, military exercises, confidence building measures mutual and coordinated assistance in areas of natural disasters, among others.[1][2][3]

Its statutes provide for a session once a year. Its resolutions are adopted by consensus.[4]

Its permanent headquarters would be the city of Buenos Aires as a focal point of military logistics, but the sessions will take place in Chile for handling political issues.[5]

The Defence Council is not a conventional military alliance like NATO, but it involves some regional military coordination.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Unasur discute Consejo de Defensa Suramericano, Agência EFE, 8 de fevereiro de 2010
  2. ^ Quatro cúpulas de presidentes latino-americanos reúnem-se esta semana na Bahia, 14 de dezembro de 2008 às 14h 46min, Agência Brasil
  3. ^ Chefes de Estado sul-americanos se encontram hoje, em Brasília, para uma reunião de cúpula extraordinária da União de Nações Sul-americanas (Unasul). Mas o encontro gera polêmica antes mesmo de começar, Agência Brasil, 27 de julho de 2009
  4. ^ Agencia Púlsar - Unasur formaliza el Consejo de Defensa Sudamericano, 2009
  5. ^ Unasur crea hoy Consejo de Defensa Sudamericano, El Telégrafo

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