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Featuring Ecuador

Ecuador's National Day
Ecuador is located in Western South America, bordering the Pacific Ocean at the Equator, between Colombia and Peru. The people of Ecuador celebrated their National Day on August 10. Quito is the capital of Ecuador.

The United States established diplomatic relations with Ecuador in 1848 following its withdrawal from its federation with Colombia. The United States and Ecuador share a history of partnership and cooperation, and have mutual interests in economic prosperity, democratic governance, regional security, and academic exchanges. The protection of American citizens and U.S. interests remains the top mission priority.

Vice President Mike Pence visited Ecuador in June 2018, the first visit of a U.S. Vice President since 1987.

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