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Colombia and Argentina to overcome their differences

Bogota, Apr 1 (Prensa Latina) A communiqué jointly issued by Colombia and Argentina states that each of these governments took steps to overcome their differences, strengthen their relations, and at the same time they indicated the return of their respective ambassadors, it was announced today.

The communication disclosed in this capital reported that by ‘precise instructions of the two countries’ presidents, Colombia and Argentina’s Foreign Ministries have held conversations to strengthen diplomatic ties, in line with the traditional relations of fraternity, civility and the links between both peoples in the political, commercial, cultural and institutional spheres’.

In this sense, he pointed out, ‘the respective governments have taken concrete steps to overcome any differences and strengthen this relationship’.

He added that ‘the Colombian Government has given indications for the return of Ambassador Camilo Romero to Buenos Aires, while granting its approval to the new Ambassador proposed by the Argentine Government in Bogota’.

In turn, Argentina announced the visit of its Foreign Minister, Diana Mondino, to Colombia.

The Colombian and Argentine diasporas residing in both countries: students, workers, businessmen and families, have built this relationship and are its main support.

Both governments will continue working for the welfare of these populations’, the note further highlighted.

A few days before the 201st anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations, on March 8, 1823, the Argentine Republic and the Republic of Colombia ratify the importance of maintaining good relations and maintain their will to strengthen the ties that unite both countries, it concluded.