Argentine President Cristina Fernandez, during the Union of South American Nations (Unasur) Extraordinary Summit, urged on Friday her South American counterparts for "what we agree (here) to be a uniform doctrine" for the region.
During the summit inauguration, Fernandez said: "If someone else comes with the decision of establishing (foreign) bases we cannot have a different criteria."
"If we agree this is an issue of national sovereignty it must be like that for everybody under any circumstance, if not we must set controller trust mechanisms to assure the sovereignty of all and each one" of the south American countries, Fernandez said.
Fernandez said that "the others can not be pushed" and during the deliberations "we will not only solve this moment, but we will do it forwards."
Fernandez, moderator of the discussion also requested her counterparts "to use a tone for all of use can express ourselves with the biggest freedom and respect, for the good of all."
Meanwhile, Uruguayan President Tabare Vazquez said on Friday, during Unasur Extraordinary Summit, his country shares the need of keeping South America "as a land of peace."
Vazquez said it is necessary "to combat the terrorism, the drug trafficking, which are scourge attempting against the life quality." However, he added that Uruguay defends the principle of non interference on other countries internal issues.
The one-day Unasur Summit was held in Llao Llao Hotel in Bariloche, in Rio Negro province, 1,627 km southwest to Buenos Aires. Among other issues the presidents of the region discussed the U.S.-Colombia military cooperation agreement.