The Plan Binacional De Desarrollo de la Región Fronteriza established in the Comprehensive Border Integration, Development and Neighborhood Agreement, signed in Brasilia on October 26, 1998, is an International Organization, that is, with international legal status.
The Binational Plan, currently constitutes a state policy that promotes mutual cooperation between both countries, whose main objective is to help improve the standard of living of the populations of northern and north-eastern Peru and the south and east. of Ecuador, carrying out activities and executing projects and programs that allow to integrate economically the border region and accelerate its productive and social development, trying to minimize the negative effects of the environmental impact that are generated.
The Binational Plan seeks to contribute to the integration of the border region and overcome the situation of backwardness with respect to the rest of the territory of both countries, in the understanding that cooperation and mutual trust are the means to achieve the welfare of the present and future generations , improving their standard of living in harmony with the care of the environment.
The Binational Plan, in the case of Peru, acts as an articulating and promoter mechanism for the development of the border region; As such, it has called on the public sector (National Government and regional and local governments), international cooperation and local communities to make a joint effort to guide and channel resources to binational and national projects of a social, economic and productive nature.
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