The 12 countries that integrate the Union of the South American Nations (UNASUR) agreed with the realization of a Presidential Summit on November 26, when Ecuador will transfer to Guyana the presidency pro tempore of the bloc.
The decision was announced this Tuesday, in New York, after meeting of the South American chancellors alongside the General Assembly of the United Nations.
Ecuador leads the bloc since August 10.
The Ecuadorian chancellor, Ricardo Patiño, and the Guyanese chancellor, Carolyn Rodrígues-Birkett, also discussed the current situation of the UNASUR, which had its Constitutive Treaty ratified by only seven of the 12 member-countries.
This Wednesday, Ricardo Patiño meets with the minister of Foreign Relations of Colombia, María Ángela Holguín, also in New York.
The objective is to review the advancements for the restoration of the bilateral relations.
On October 15, they both will discuss the most sensitive themes in a meeting that will be carried out in Quito.
One of these themes concerns to the more than 130 thousand Colombian refugees living in Ecuador.