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The Sovereign Order of Malta Observer to the Central American Integration System (SICA)

On 26 November, the Sovereign Order of Malta was admitted as Extra-Regional Observer to SICA, the Central American Integration System.

The economic, cultural and political organization that unites Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Belize and the Dominican Republic will allow the Sovereign Order of Malta – already present with its own associations and diplomatic missions in these countries – to participate actively in regional medical and sanitation programmes and to intervene more effectively during natural disasters.

Thanks to its new role, the Order can help to fight poverty and to improve the living conditions of the central American populations and defend human rights.

Read the full article on the Sovereign Order of Malta website

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