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Tools: Latin America and the Caribbean Region Convention (1979) Participating Member States
Regional Convention on the Recognition of Studies, Diplomas and Degrees in Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean

Adopted in Mexico City on 19 July 1974 (UN Treaty Series No. 14287)

State of Ratification (R), Acceptance (A), Approvals (Ap), Signature without reservation as to ratification (S), Accessions (a) and Notifications of
Succession (d)


State Date of deposit of instrument
Brazil (3) 18.08.77 (R)
Colombia
23.02.77 (R)
Cuba
23.02.77 (R)
Chile (2)
07.01.76 (R)
Ecuador
24.06.77 (R)
El Salvador
02.05.77 (R)
Holy See
30.11.77 (A)
The Former Yugoslav Republic Of Macedonia
30.04.97 (D)
Mexico
14.05.75 (R)
Netherlands (4)
06.10.77 (A)
Nicaragua
26.04.83 (R)
Peru
17.02.94 (R)
Panama
10.03.75 (R)
Slovenia
05.11.92 (D)
Suriname
10.06.82 (R)
Venezuela
07.09.76 (R)
Yugoslavia 11.09.01 (A)

(1)This Convention entered into force on 14 June 1975. It subsequently entered into force for each State one month after the date of deposit of that State's instrument, except in cases of succession, where the entry into force occurred on the date on which the State assumed responsibility for conducting its international relations.

(2) Chile deposited an instrument of denunciation of the Convention on 27 April 1987. The denunciation took effect on 27 April 1988.

(3) Brazil deposited an instrument of denunciation of the Convention on 15 January 1998. The denunciation took effect on 15 January 1999.

(4) Ratification by the Netherlands applies to Netherlands Antilles.

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