Contadora Group

noun
  1. 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 of Contadora Group

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