Sdružení karibských států

Mapa světa s vyznačením ACS
vlajka ACS-AEC

Sdružení karibských států (zkratka ACS-AEC) je regionální sdružení států Střední Ameriky a Karibiku. Vzniklo v roce 1994 a jeho hlavní sídlo je ve městě Port of Spain. Oficiální jazyky organizace jsou španělština, angličtina a francouzština. Organizace si vytyčila několik oblastí působnosti, kterým se intenzivně věnuje. Jsou to podpora trvale udržitelného turismu, boj s přírodními pohromami (prevence, varovný systém, snižování rizik), obchod, doprava a vytvoření Komise Karibského moře. Sdružení je jedním z pozorovatelů Valného shromáždění OSN.

Členské a přidružené státy

ACS-AEC sestává z 25 členských států (všechny nezávislé státy v regionu Střední Ameriky a Karibiku) a několika přidružených území.[1]

Členské státy

Přidružené státy

Odkazy

Reference

  1. About The ACS [online]. ASSOCIATION OF CARIBBEAN STATES [cit. 2012-09-08]. Dostupné online. (anglicky) 

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