United States participation in Inter-American Cultural and Trade Center; purposes of Interama
The President is authorized, through such department or agency in the executive branch of the Government as he may designate, to provide for United States participation in the Inter-American Cultural and Trade Center (hereinafter in this chapter referred to as “Interama”). In providing for United States participation, the President shall cooperate with the Inter-American Center Authority (an agency of the State of Florida). The purposes of Interama are—
to provide a permanent international center which will serve as a meeting ground for the governments and industries of the Western Hemisphere and of other areas of the world;
to facilitate broad and continuous exchanges of ideas, persons, and products through cultural, educational, and other exchanges; and
by other appropriate means, to promote mutual understanding between the peoples of the Western Hemisphere and to strengthen the ties which unite the United States with other nations of the free world.
[Pub. L. 89–355, § 1], Feb. 19, 1966, [80 Stat. 5].)