Latin America: Ready to Meet

For months Latin America has buzzed with talk and tentative plans for a hemispheric summit conference that would bring together President Johnson and the leaders of 20 Latin American countries—all except Castro's Cuba. Last week in Buenos Aires' flag-bedecked Teatro San Martin, Secretary of State Dean Rusk and the foreign ministers of the 20 countries involved reached final, formal agreement on the time, place and agenda. The meeting will be held April 12-14 at the sunny Uruguayan seaside resort of Punta del Este. The agenda will include discussions on joint inter-American programs for electric power development, road building,...

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