Treaty of Montevideo
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There have been several treaties signed in Montevideo such as:
- 1828 Treaty of Montevideo in which Brazil and Argentina recognized the independence of Uruguay, after British mediation.
- 1890 Treaty of Montevideo signed between Argentina and Brazil to solve the so-called question of Palmas.
- 1960 Treaty of Montevideo established the Latin American Free Trade Association (LAFTA).
- 1979 Treaty of Montevideo (Act of Montevideo) signed between Chile and Argentina to allow the Papal mediation in the Beagle conflict.
- 1980 Treaty of Montevideo transformed LAFTA into Latin American Integration Association (ALADI).
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