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United Nation’s Security Council, Delegation of Uruguay

The Eastern Republic of Uruguay has a long experience with foreign interventions in a country’s politics, by its geographic situation, between the two competing giants of South America. This position, combined to the small size of the country (the 2nd smallest in South America after Suriname) have in the past caused the desire of bordering countries governments to try to influence the direction that our country took.

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