Contadora Group

Contadora Group

noun
a group of four Latin American nations, Colombia, Mexico, Panama, and Venezuela, formed in January, 1983, to help solve the problems of the region.

Origin:
after Contadora Island, off the coast of Panama, where ministers of the four nations first met

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