Uruguay seeks to discuss coordinating its borders with Argentina and Brazil

Federico Perazza, Director of Border, Boundary and Maritime Issues, said that addressing the border area is essential since, due to the health emergency, it is experiencing a complex situation with economic issues and informality.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Uruguay is focused on reassessing its borders, both with Argentina and Brazil, through a National Plan that will enable it to join all organizations and institutions that have an impact on the daily life of these areas to coordinate a "genuine and fruitful" position.

Federico Perazza, Director of Border, Boundary and Maritime Issues, in statements made to the Uruguayan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that addressing the border area is essential since, due to the health emergency, it is experiencing a complex situation with economic issues and informality.

"Perhaps one of the issues that requires greater . . .

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