MANAUS, Brazil –
The Brazilian Army hosted senior military leaders from U.S. Army South, the armies of Colombia, Ecuador and Peru, and the Panamanian SENAFRONT at the 2nd Multilateral Border Conference in Manaus, Amazonas state, held Sept. 27-29. The focus of the conference was to improve cooperation between participants and to develop solutions for regional border problems.
The conference allowed the sharing of good practices and lessons learned in dealing with issues related to border protection, observing the individualities of each country’s defense policies and identifying opportunities for exchanges that improve understanding of challenges and threats of the border region.
“The conference allowed leaders of participating armies to strengthen the linkages of cooperation and friendship at the senior leader level, and exchange best practices and lessons learned between participating armies,” said Lt. Col….
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