Exploration and development of oil and gas resources in the ex Dutch colony of Suriname, now an independent country, was the main point of the agenda addressed by Brazilian foreign minister Carlos Franca and his Surinamese peer Albert Randim, during a meeting held in Brasilia.
Paraguay's Supreme Court Justice Gladys Bareiro de Modica has passed away Monday in Asunción only a few months before she was due to retire.
Argentine relatives of people who have died of COVID-19 Monday staged the so-called “March of the Stones” as a tribute to their loved ones and to voice their criticism for the way the administration of President Alberto Fernández has handled the pandemic.
The Uruguayan central bank following the meeting of its Copom, Monetary Policy Committee, decided last week to raise the basic monetary policy rate from 4,5% to 5%, in line with what has been happening in other central banks in the region.
Chilean health authorities have announced that no commune in the entire country will be under quarantine as of next Wednesday, as a part of the step-by-set program towards normalization.
Aeroméxico has announced a new seasonal route between Cancún and São Paulo in addition to their new services to Madrid from Guadalajara and Monterrey.
Bolivian authorities Monday announced that with the last purchase of COVID-19 Sinopharm vaccines, the country was fully supplied with immunizers and would no longer need to import any more doses of Sputnik V and AstraZeneca despite contracts already signed.
The bill creating the Protected Marine Area, Blue Hole, in the South Atlantic and currently under consideration in the Argentine congress has received strong criticism from the Argentine fishing sector, united under the umbrella of Intercamaras.
Paraguay's National Police Monday took action to clear the roads which were being blocked by striking lorries in Guairá and Alto Paraná, it was reported.
No rest for Peruvian president Pedro Castillo, not only opinion polls show that he is the newly inaugurated president with the lowest approval and highest disapproval since 1980, but his candidate for prime minister is again in trouble this time for alleged money laundering and illegal financing of his political campaign as a member of congress.