FOTOGALERIA | XX Cumbre del Grupo de Río

  • A petición del presidente dominicano Leonel Fernández, anfitrión de la XX Cumbre del Grupo de Río, Alvaro Uribe y Daniel Ortega y Hugo Chávez, aceptaron saludarse. Andres Leighton / AP

  • A petición del presidente dominicano Leonel Fernández, anfitrión de la XX Cumbre del Grupo de Río, Alvaro Uribe y Rafael Correa aceptaron saludarse.

  • El presidente Chávez (izquierda) y su canciller durante el discurso del presidente Alvaro Uribe en la sesión de apertura de la cumbre del Grupo de Río. Ramon Espinosa / AP

  • El presidente Hugo Chávez asistió a la cumbre acompañado por su canciller, Nicolás Maduro. Ramon Espinosa / AP

  • Los mandatarios de América Latina y El Caribe se han dado cita en Santo Domingo, República Dominicana, para participar en la 20ava reunión del Grupo de Río. Ramon Espinosa / AP

  • El presidente colombiano camina entre la guardia de honor a su llegada al aeropuerto de Santo Domingo. Ramon Espinosa / AP

  • El presidente colombiano declara a la prensa a su llegada a la cumbre en Santo Domingo. Ramon Espinosa / AP

  • El presidente Hugo Chávez le da la mano a su homólgo guyanés, Bharrat Jagdeo, antes de tomarse la tradicional foto de la Cumbre de Río. Ramon Espinosa / AP

  • This picture taken from a TV set outside the venue, shows Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe listening to Ecuador's President Rafael Correa's reactions to his accusations during the opening session of the 20th Rio Group Summit in Santo Domingo, Friday, March 7, 2008. Uribe said that Correa has not cooperated in the fight against terrorism and also read a letter in which a slain rebel leader says he supported Correa's campaign for President. (AP Photo/Andres Leighton) Andres Leighton

  • This picture taken from a TV set outside the venue, shows Ecuador's President Rafael Correa reacting to accusations from Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe during the opening session of the 20th Rio Group Summit in Santo Domingo, Friday, March 7, 2008. Uribe said that Correa has not cooperated in the fight against terrorism and also read a letter in which a slain rebel leader says he supported Correa's campaign for President. (AP Photo/Andres Leighton)

  • Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe, left, is greeted by a Dominican government official upon his arrival to Santo Domingo's airport, Thursday, March 6, 2008, to participate in the 20th Rio Group Summit. Latin American leaders will seek to broker a peaceful resolution to the crisis sparked by Colombia's cross-border raid on rebels in Ecuador during the summit, Bolivia's foreign minister David Choquehuanca said. (AP Photo/Andres Leighton)

  • Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe, left, review the troops accompanied by a Dominican government official upon his arrival to Santo Domingo's airport, Thursday, March 6, 2008, to participate in the 20th Rio Group Summit. Latin American leaders will seek to broker a peaceful resolution to the crisis sparked by Colombia's cross-border raid on rebels in Ecuador during the summit, Bolivia's foreign minister David Choquehuanca said. (AP Photo/Andres Leighton)

  • In this picture taken from a TV set outside the venue, Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe, left, shakes hands with Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez, right, as Dominican Republic's President Leonel Fernandez looks on during the Rio Group Summit in Santo Domingo, Friday, March 7, 2008. Uribe shook hands with the presidents of Ecuador and Venezuela, ending tense debate at the summit over Colombia's cross-border military raid in Ecuadorean soil. (AP Photo/Andres Leighton)

  • In this photo released by Miraflores Press Office, Ecuador's President Rafael Correa reacts to accusations from Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe during the opening session of the 20th Rio Group Summit in Santo Domingo, Friday, March 7, 2008. Uribe said that Correa has not cooperated in the fight against terrorism and also read a letter in which a slain rebel leader says he supported Correa's campaign for president. (AP Photo/Miraflores Press Office)

  • Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe, right, speaks to U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez during a community meeting in Medellin, Colombia, Saturday, March 1, 2008. Colombian security forces killed Luis Edgar Devia, known as Raul Reyes, the No. 2 commander of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia in neighboring Ecuador, near the southern border with Colombia. Gutierrez is in Colombia with a delegation of U.S. lawmakers to promote the signature of a free trade agreement with Colombia. (AP Photo/Luis Benavides)

  • Commuters watch televisions broadcasting Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe speaking during a working session of the 20th Rio Group Summit in the Dominican Republic at a bus station in Medellin, Colombia, Friday, March 7, 2008. Ecuador broke off relations with Colombia and sent troops to the border after Colombian security forces killed a senior rebel commander in Ecuadorean soil. (AP Photo/Luis Benavides)

  • In this photo released by Miraflores Press Office, Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez, right, speaks during the opening session of the meeting in Santo Domingo, Friday March 7, 2008. From left to right, Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe, Colombia's Foreign Minister Fernando Araujo, El Salvador's President Tony Saca, El Salvador's Foreign Minister Marisol Argueta, Haiti's Prime Minister Jacques Edouard Alexis, Haiti's Foreign Minister Renald Clerisme and Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez,(AP Photo/Miraflores Press Office)

  • Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe, center, walks through the honor guard upon his arrival to Santo Domingo's airport, Thursday, March 6, 2008, to participate in the 20th Rio Group Summit. Latin American leaders will seek to broker a peaceful resolution to the crisis sparked by Colombia's cross-border raid on rebels in Ecuador during the summit, Bolivia's foreign minister David Choquehuanca said. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe greets reporters upon his arrival to Santo Domingo's airport, Thursday, March 6, 2008, to participate in the 20th Rio Group Summit. Latin American leaders will seek to broker a peaceful resolution to the crisis sparked by Colombia's cross-border raid on rebels in Ecuador during the summit, Bolivia's foreign minister David Choquehuanca said. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)