Group of Thirteen

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Group of Thirteen
Alternate Name(s):
G13
Intergovernmental Organization headquartered in TBD
General Information
Year Founded 1971
Executives
Member Flag-Ataraxia-v1.png Ataraxia
Flag of Castellan.png Castellán
Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States
FreedemianFlag1.png Freedemia
Kalm flag.svg Kalm
Latflag.png Latina
FLAGMECY.png Mecyna
Mergany Flag.png Mergany
PaxtarFlag.png Paxtar
Flsg.jpg Pretany
FlagSathria.jpg Sathria
Unknown Flag.png Undecided
Unknown Flag.png Undecided


The Group of Thirteen (G13) is a group consisting of Ataraxia and Castellán (also representing the Southern Uletha Economic Cooperation Council), Federal States , Freedemia, Kalm (also representing the Vinnic Economic Community), Latina, Mecyna (also representing the Central Archanta Economic Union), Mergany (also representing the Eastern Ulethan Economic Community), Paxtar, Pretany, Sathria, Undecided and Undecided. These countries are some of the major advanced economies in the old world and represent other countries through different economic cooperations.

History

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Work

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Biennial summits

G13 summits
Date Host Location held Host leader Notes
1st December 3-6, 1971
2nd May 25-28, 1973 Mergany Flag.png Mergany Gausbrug, Wabern
3rd 1975
4th 1977
5th 1979
6th 1981
7th 1983 Latflag.png Latina Cordoba
8th 1985
9th 1987
10th 1989
11th 1991
12th 1993
13th 1995
14th 1997
15th May 28-31, 1999 Mergany Flag.png Mergany Liek, Holswig
16th 2001
17th 2003 Latflag.png Latina Taparello
18th 2005
19th 2007
20th 2009
21st 2011
22nd 2013
23rd 2015
24th 2017