Uruguay and Chile seek to give “new strength” to regional integration

Bilateral meetings began with the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the Chilean Health Minister, Enrique Paris, and the Uruguayan Health Minister, Daniel Salinas.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Uruguay and Chile seek to give "a new strength" to regional integration, according to the Andean country's President, Sebastián Piñera, at the end of his official visit to Uruguay, from where he will leave for Paraguay to conclude his international tour on Tuesday.

"(We have talked about) How to give new strength to integration in Latin America. Both Uruguay and Chile have a great vocation for integration, with Latin America and the world," said the Chilean head of state in a brief speech to the press after visiting the Uruguayan Parliament.

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