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January 09, 1985

Four Latin American foreign ministers opened a two-day meeting in Panama City to discuss objections to a proposed Central American peace plan. Panamanian Foreign Minister Fernando Cardoze predicted eventual success but stressed that he and his colleagues cannot impose a solution. The ministers of the Contadora Group--Panama, Mexico, Colombia and Venezuela--prepared a draft treaty last spring, but El Salvador, Honduras and Costa Rica objected to some provisions.

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