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Mesoamerican Project is a proposal developed by ten Mesoamerican countries to strengthen regional integration and to promote economic and social development of the participating countries. The objective is to improve progress conditions and human prosperity among population.

It was officially launched by Presidents and Heads of State and Government at Tenth Tuxtla Dialogue and Agreement Mechanism summit, celebrated in Tabasco, México, on June 27th and 28th 2008.

Last year, on 2009, Dominican Republic was added to Mesoamerican Project.

At present Mesoamerican Project is composed by:

  • México
  • Guatemala
  • Belize
  • El Salvador
  • Honduras
  • Nicaragua
  • Costa Rica
  • Panamá
  • Colombia
  • Dominican Republic

2009-2010 Executive Report

Mesoamerica Integration and Development Project ABC
June 2015

2009-2010 Executive Report

Mesoamerica Project Executive Commision
XII Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Tuxtla Mechanism for Dialogue and Coordination

Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, October 25th and 26th, 2010

Mesoamerican Project Progress Report 2008-2009

Eleventh Summit of Heads of State and Goverment of the Tuxtla Dialogue and Agreement Mechanism

Guanacaste, Costa Rica, July 29th 2009



Mesoamerican Project: A plan to progress

Project TIM


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