According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of this nation in a press release, the meetings are scheduled for July 3 and 4 in the city of Puerto Iguazú, in the northern province of Misiones.
They are organized within the framework of Argentina’s exercise of the pro tempore presidency of Mercosur and the summit will be inaugurated by President Alberto Fernández.
Previously, Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero will coordinate the Ordinary Meeting of the Council, in which his peers and the heads of Economy will participate, and a balance of the work carried out by this country during the first semester of the year will be presented.
The events, which will take place at the Gran Meliá Hotel, located inside the Iguazú National Park, will be the culmination of the work carried out by Argentina and the beginning of the new presidency, which will be in the hands of Brazil, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Mercosur is currently made up of these two countries, Paraguay and Uruguay.
It also includes Bolivia (in the process of accession), Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana and Suriname as Associate States.