CELACComunidad de Estados Latinoamericanos y Caribeños (Spanish: Latin American and Caribbean Community)
CELACCenter for English Language and American Culture
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For example, LAC governments have been especially active defending states' sovereign rights on natural resources (CELAC 2014; EU-CELAC 2103a; 2013b; China-CELAC 2015).
The BRI is not meant to reinvent the wheel, but seeks win-win cooperation for the parties concerned, which is in accordance with China CELAC Forum's principle.
Metudio Belarmino Jr., CELAC spokesperson, defended the wage increase, saying prices of basic commodities have gone up while the workers' purchasing power has been weakened by inflation.
This is the situation we see nowadays in the Latin American region, with the difference being that some new institutions and political forums such as UNASUR include all South American states, while CELAC embraces all Latin American and Caribbean states, but not all of them utilize these institutions in a similar way.
The EU has signed preferential trade agreements with 26 of the 33 CELAC countries.
En cuanto a la CELAC, esta tiene la misma funcion de gestion de crisis y defensa de la democracia que la OEA y la UNASUR, con lo que se corre el riesgo de un solapamiento de instituciones y mandatos.
This is significant due to the fact that the US has a strained relationship with several left-leaning South American governments that are part of CELAC. Additionally, the Organization of American States (OAS) will hold its 46th assembly in the Dominican Republic in June.
As mandated by the Council and consistent with the request of the Government of Colombia and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People's Army (FARC-EP), the Secretary General will initiate preparations, including on the ground, so that "a UN political mission can be fully operational when the final peace agreement is signed." The UN chief welcomed in his statement "the Council's active interest in the contributions of the Members of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) to the Mission." In this context, he has requested Undersecretary General Jeffrey Feltman, who is representing him at the CELAC summit to be held in Quito, Ecuador, later this week, to engage with the Members of the regional body on their contributions to the UN mission.
Farhan Haq said in a statement that Ban also welcomes their request to members of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) to contribute international observers to the mission to be established by the U.N.