The Accord of the States of the Gulf of Mexico was signed in the city
of Campeche, Mexico on May 13, 1995 by the representatives of the eleven
states of the United States and Mexico that share the Gulf of Mexico
The objective of the Accord is to establish working partnerships among
these states to promote economic and infrastructure development, as well
as educational and cultural exchanges.
The Accord brings together public officials, entrepreneurs, investors,
scientists and educators from the eleven states in a collaborative effort
aimed at enhancing the welfare and the quality of life of the citizens
of their respective communities, and, as a result, benefiting the Gulf
of Mexico region as a whole.
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The Gulf of Mexico States Accord
Gary L. Springer - Secretary General
735 Arlington Ave. N. Suite 113
St. Petersburg, FL 33701