During the meeting, the Council approved a Resolution that calls on the three powers of the state of Haiti to comply with the El Rancho agreement.
The two discussed issues of migration and the upcoming Special General Assembly to be held in the Central American country.
The Secretary General noted that the willingness to dialogue is a sign of the democratic maturity of the Salvadoran people.
The Council also agreed to convene the Fourth Meeting of National Authorities on Trafficking in Persons, to be held in Brazil in December.
The reports highlighted the security and the speed with which the preliminary results were presented, in addition to the peaceful environment.
Chief of Mission Alvaro Colom, on a preliminary visit, will hold meetings to learn about the progress of the organization of the October 12 elections
The head of the OAS also highlighted the labor of Commander Ricardo Izurieta, first Chief of the Army designated by a democratic government.
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