The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of El Salvador's mission is to exercise diplomatic relations open to the world, promote development and cooperation; consular relations and promote the protection of the rights of Salvadorans abroad.
Its main activities include regional integration, development cooperation, economic relations and institutional strengthening.
As the diplomatic representative of the State, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs provides the Guatemalan nationality and ensures compliance of the Migration Legislation. It delineates and preserves the boundaries of the national territory and negotiates and safeguards international treaties and conventions. It also defends the interests of the country and formulates integration and cooperation politics and agreements, among many other functions.
The Ecuadoran Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Integration directs the implementation of the international policy of the State, orientates and coordinates the work of the diplomatic missions and consular offices, and exercises legal and political representation to national and international authorities.
The Dominican Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ mission is to promote a foreign policy in favour of the national interests of the Dominican Republic, oriented to the defence and safeguard of its sovereignty, peace and international security promotion. It also strengthens multilateral and bilateral mechanisms for the national development and common affairs of the international community.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is the State Office responsible for planning, directing, coordinating, executing and disseminating Foreign Policy as determined by the President of the Republic. It is also responsible for coordinating the activities of other ministries and public organizations in those areas that affect foreign policy. In addition, it intervenes in all matters pertaining to the determination and demarcation of the country’s borders and limits, as well as issues concerning border zones, airspace, maritime zones and Antarctic policy.