Argentina and Brazil have agreed to exchange information about human rights abuses committed under Operation Condor. A similar agreement already exists between Argentina and Uruguay.
There were many cases in which repression was coordinated between the dictatorships of Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina and Chile under Plan Condor, and so what we are doing with this exchange is seeing if we can resolve a lot of cases where we still don't know what happened to the citizens of those countries, said Argentine foreign minister Héctor Timerman.
One of the prominent cases from Brazil in which more information is needed is that of former president Joao Goulart, who may have been poisoned in Argentina in 1976.
Brazil, Argentina agree to share Plan Condor details (Buenos Aires Herald)
ARGENTINA Y BRASIL FIRMAN CONVENIO DE INTERCAMBIO DE ARCHIVOS (Terra)