February 5, 2019- News Clips -
“There are many additional actions thttps://www.cancilleria.gov.co/newsroom/news/hay-muchas-acciones-adicionales-van-tomar-proposito-cosas-cambien-venezuela-cancillerhat are going to be taken in order to see a real change in Venezuela ": Minister of Foreign Affairs Carlos Holmes Trujillo at the end of his meeting with the Secretary of State of the United States  

Minister Trujillo announced the scope of the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela and the challenge faced by Colombia in this matter, as well as what happened during the last meeting of the Lima Group in Ottawa and the measures taken by the member countries. Secretary Pompeo expressed his support in the task of finding a way out so that in that country there will be a transition to democracy as soon as possible.
 

February 5, 2019- News Clips -

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carlos Holmes Trujillo, held a meeting with the Secretary of State of the United States, Mike Pompeo. During the meeting they discussed the most important issues of the bilateral relationship.
Minister Trujillo announced the scope of the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela and the challenge faced by Colombia in this matter, as well as what happened during the last meeting of the Lima Group in Ottawa and the measures taken by the member countries. Secretary Pompeo expressed his support in the task of finding a way out so that in that country there will be a transition to democracy as soon as possible.
The meeting was good, it was broad, it was constructive, there was an evaluation of the results of the Lima Group encounter and there are many additional actions that are going to be taken in order that things change in Venezuela and the Venezuelan people can live again. , in democracy and freedom ", said the Minister in his report.
In addition, he explained the coordination that is being developed so that humanitarian aid reaches Venezuela: "In what has to do with Colombia, there is a very careful work, they are advancing the necessary tasks so that the aid reaches the Venezuelan people. . Here the fundamental is the following; that those doors were closed during the dictatorship, and were opened by the new Government of President Guaidó. Colombia is cooperating so that this humanitarian aid reaches the Venezuelan people".
 

February 5, 2019- News Clips -

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carlos Holmes Trujillo, held a meeting with the Secretary of State of the United States, Mike Pompeo. During the meeting they discussed the most important issues of the bilateral relationship.
Minister Trujillo announced the scope of the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela and the challenge faced by Colombia in this matter, as well as what happened during the last meeting of the Lima Group in Ottawa and the measures taken by the member countries. Secretary Pompeo expressed his support in the task of finding a way out so that in that country there will be a transition to democracy as soon as possible.
The meeting was good, it was broad, it was constructive, there was an evaluation of the results of the Lima Group encounter and there are many additional actions that are going to be taken in order that things change in Venezuela and the Venezuelan people can live again. , in democracy and freedom ", said the Minister in his report.
In addition, he explained the coordination that is being developed so that humanitarian aid reaches Venezuela: "In what has to do with Colombia, there is a very careful work, they are advancing the necessary tasks so that the aid reaches the Venezuelan people. . Here the fundamental is the following; that those doors were closed during the dictatorship, and were opened by the new Government of President Guaidó. Colombia is cooperating so that this humanitarian aid reaches the Venezuelan people".
 

February 5, 2019- News Clips -

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carlos Holmes Trujillo, held a meeting with the Secretary of State of the United States, Mike Pompeo. During the meeting they discussed the most important issues of the bilateral relationship.
Minister Trujillo announced the scope of the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela and the challenge faced by Colombia in this matter, as well as what happened during the last meeting of the Lima Group in Ottawa and the measures taken by the member countries. Secretary Pompeo expressed his support in the task of finding a way out so that in that country there will be a transition to democracy as soon as possible.
The meeting was good, it was broad, it was constructive, there was an evaluation of the results of the Lima Group encounter and there are many additional actions that are going to be taken in order that things change in Venezuela and the Venezuelan people can live again. , in democracy and freedom ", said the Minister in his report.
In addition, he explained the coordination that is being developed so that humanitarian aid reaches Venezuela: "In what has to do with Colombia, there is a very careful work, they are advancing the necessary tasks so that the aid reaches the Venezuelan people. . Here the fundamental is the following; that those doors were closed during the dictatorship, and were opened by the new Government of President Guaidó. Colombia is cooperating so that this humanitarian aid reaches the Venezuelan people".
 

February 15, 2019- News Clips -

During his speech at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, at the beginning of Thursday's agenda for his second day of official working visit to the United States, the President explained that the rule of law "makes us strong against crime, strengthens us against drug trafficking" and facilitates the generation of "a culture throughout the country where people value the law.
In his speech to more than 200 U.S. businessmen from the most varied sectors, the head of state stressed that the rule of law will lead to "people valuing ethics and people valuing the right way to act and to deal with different circumstances.
He also told leaders in sectors such as pharmaceuticals, infrastructure, manufacturing, agribusiness, food, finance and services, among others, that Legality is also equivalent to preserving the rules of the game.
"It is about having legal stability, juridical stability, that we are not going to change the regulation from one day to the next, simply because someone wants to favor another. No, we want stable regulation."
In his speech, the President stated that to speak of the principle of legality "is also to do it of legalization of the different sectors".
In this context, he pointed out that "we have shared with the world" the idea that for those who have committed to "reincorporate themselves into society and leave violence behind, we want to offer them productive opportunities so that these people can find a way to sustain themselves". "That's legality," he added.
He stressed that Legality is also "ensuring that people who want to put themselves above the law will always have to know that they will be brought to justice.
"That's the only way to build a lasting peace in Colombia," Duque said.
 

January 29, 2019- News Clips -
Statement from the Minister of Foreign Affairs

Regarding to the controversy that was taking place yesterday, following the press conference of Mr. John Bolton, National Security Adviser of the United States, and in which an image of a notebook appeared in which there is a mention of Colombia, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carlos Holmes Trujillo expressed the following on behalf of the National Government:

1. Colombia has established its position jointly with the member countries of the Lima Group regarding the situation in Venezuela, which is widely known.

2. Colombia will continue to act politically and diplomatically, to create the conditions that will lead to an electoral process that will restore the democratic and institutional order in that country.

3. The Lima Group has recognized President Juan Guaidó to lead the process of restoring the institutional and democratic order in Venezuela.

4. Regarding to the mention of Colombia in the notebook that Mr. John Bolton had in his hands, the scope and the reason for the annotation is unknown.

5. Colombia will continue to dialogue permanently with the United States on all matters of common interest and cooperating with this friendly Nation, on bilateral, hemispheric and global issues.

January 23, 2019- News Clips -

Washington, DC – The President of Colombia, Iván Duque, recognized Juan Guaidó as legitimate President of Venezuela, who was sworn in as Acting President today in the midst of the demonstrations taking place in Caracas. "I want to express that Colombia recognizes Juan Guaidó as president of Venezuela and accompanies this transition process towards democracy in order for the Venezuelan people to be freed from dictatorship."
 
President Duque spoke following a meeting with the President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, Vice President of Peru Mercedes Aráoz and Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Christia Freeland, who also supported the decision to recognize Guaidó as Acting President and assured that the Lima Group is drafting a detailed statement in relation to the developments.
 
Colombia’s Foreign Ministry further condemned the acts of violence occurred in Venezuela and urged the Maduro regime to “adopt measures to ensure the rule of law, fundamental human rights, and social peace until the transition of government takes place”. The Ambassador of Colombia to the United States, Francisco Santos, echoes the decision adopted by the Government, “The return of democracy to Venezuela begins. Soon the Lima Group and other countries will also express support to Acting President Guaidó. It is an example of the continent’s political and democratic maturity.”: expressed in his twitter account @PachoSantosC

December 21, 2018- News Clips -

Elkin Robinson is one of the most representative contemporary artists of the music of the Colombian archipelago. The lyrics of his songs demonstrate the deep relationship of the raizales with fishing, the sea, its customs and gastronomy.

December 12, 2018- News Clips -

Yesterday, Tuesday, December 11, Ambassador Francisco Santos awarded the Order of San Carlos to the House Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen. The Cuban-born congresswoman also received a commemoration for her hard work in Congress for 29 years and as a sign of gratitude for her great influence in the decisions concerning helping Latin American countries facing critical situations like Colombia.

December 10, 2018- News Clips -

We sent a note, audio and video of the intervention of Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo at the Intergovernmental Conference for the Adoption of the Global Compact for a Secure, Ordered and Regular Migration of the UN

November 29, 2018- News Clips -

Washington (Nov. 28/18). During his speech before the Permanent Council of the OAS, Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo thanked "the particular interest that the organization has placed in the situation derived from the migration crisis from Venezuela."
"That is why we have been grateful, Mr. Secretary General, not only for holding the meeting of the Permanent Council to specifically analyze the issue of the migration crisis, but also for the determination that was later made to integrate a working group whose outcome will be, without a doubt, a contribution to deal with the crisis more effectively and efficiently, "said the Chancellor.
 

October 30, 2018- News Clips -

El Consulado de Colombia en Chicago informa que el sábado 3 de noviembre de 8:00 a.m. a 12:00 m (medio día), habrá jornada de sábado consular y encuentro con la comunidad en las instalaciones del Consulado en Chicago.

October 18, 2018- News Clips -

Keith Mines, director of Andean Affairs of the US Department of State, visited the Transitional Migrant Attention Center of the Red Cross in Cúcuta to verify the situation of Venezuelan migrants.

 

October 10, 2018- News Clips -

Colombia and the United States ratify their efforts to prevent and counteract the illicit traffic of cultural goods

October 3, 2018- News Clips -

The Union Market District will honor Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15) with a celebration of Latin flavors and a curated series of readings and talks with award-winning Latinx authors at the new Politics and Prose store (1270 5th Street NE).

October 2, 2018- News Clips -

The President of the Republic, Iván Duque, accompanied by the Minister of Defense, Guillermo Botero; the Minister of Justice, Gloria María Borrero and the Minister of the Interior, Nancy Patricia Gutiérrez, today signed the regulatory decree by which the National Police is empowered to combat the micro-trafficking of drugs in public spaces.

September 27, 2018- News Clips -

The President Ivan Duque pointed the principals of his government; LEGALITY, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND EQUITY

September 27, 2018- News Clips -

Con el fin de denunciar los crímenes de lesa humanidad acontecidos en Venezuela.

September 27, 2018- News Clips -

In the last four days the Colombian Head of government had 17 bilateral meetings.

September 17, 2018- News Clips -
Ambassador of Colombia Francisco Santos Presents Credentials to President Donald J. Trump

Washington, DC — Today, Ambassador of Colombia to the United States Francisco Santos presented his credentials to President Donald J. Trump at the White House, making his ambassadorship official. Francisco Santos also submitted a statement for the White House record, which reads in part:

 

 

“My number one priority as Ambassador is to strengthen and enhance this relationship. We believe that together we can play a critical role, for Colombia, the Western Hemisphere and the world in advancing democracy, peace, the rule of law and freedom …
 
“Colombia is determined to never return to the dark days in our history. Under President Duque’s administration, we are putting pressure on all links in the drug trafficking chain, from small farmers involved in the first stage of production – cultivation – to those criminals and criminal networks that are benefitting the most financially from these illicit activities.
 
“The partnership with the United States that has helped make Colombia a role model for other countries in the region, can be expanded to face the common challenges that remain. One that we cannot fail to address is the situation faced by our neighbor, Venezuela... We trust that with the continued cooperation of the United States and the rest of the international community the suffering of the Venezuelan people will come to an end.

"Despite these challenges, we are optimistic about the future of Colombia. We are a strong and resilient nation with a dynamic and expanding middle class, and a thriving business environment. Our bilateral agenda includes a commitment to expanding business, investment and strong economic ties between our two countries.”

 

 

President of Colombia Iván Duque appointed Ambassador Francisco Santos to the post in early September and he arrived in Washington last week. Francisco Santos completed his studies in the United States at the University of Kansas and the University of Texas, earning degrees in Journalism and Latin-American Studies, respectively. He also served as editor of the Colombian newspaper El Tiempo.

He served as Vice President of Colombia from 2002 through 2010 during the administration of President Álvaro Uribe Vélez. His policy priorities in that capacity were the fight against corruption, extortion and kidnapping, human rights, and ridding the country of anti-personnel mines. As Vice President, Francisco Santos also led Colombia’s international promotion of trade, investment, and tourism.
 
Born on October 14, 1961 in Bogota, he is married to Maria Victoria García and has four children: Benjamin, Gabriel, Carmen and Pedro.
 
Read his full biography here.

 

September 4, 2018- News Clips -
New Colombian Ambassador Francisco Santos Arrives in Washington D.C.

Washington, DC – Today, the new Colombian Ambassador to the United States Francisco Santos, arrived in Washington, DC, after being sworn in by President Ivan Duque last Thursday in Bogotá. He will assume ambassadorial duties in full following the presentation of his credentials to President Donald J. Trump next Monday.  

The main priority of Francisco Santos as Ambassador will be to strengthen and improve the relationship with the U.S. Administration and Congress for the benefit of both countries, and the region as a whole. Ambassador Santos has reaffirmed that the reduction of illicit crops is a priority for the government of President Duque, and he is already committed to an integral strategy that is putting pressure on all links of the drug trafficking chain and that seeks to show effective results in a short timeframe.

Francisco Santos has also announced a diplomatic offensive to work for a definitive solution to restore democracy in Venezuela. Every day, more than 5,000 of the thousands of refugees that cross the border into Colombia remain in the country, adding to the million refugees that have already arrived.

In addition, he will also work to expand bilateral business, investment and other economic ties, as well as continuing to diversify the Colombia-U.S. agenda, which includes critical issues – from the strategic security alliance to cooperation on energy, science, technology and innovation.

Francisco Santos completed his studies in the United States at the University of Kansas and the University of Texas, earning degrees in Journalism and Latin-American Studies, respectively. He also served as editor of the Colombian newspaper El Tiempo.

He served as Vice President of Colombia from 2002 through 2010 during the administration of President Álvaro Uribe Vélez. His policy priorities in that capacity were the fight against corruption, extortion and kidnapping, human rights, and ridding the country of anti-personnel mines. As Vice President, Francisco Santos also led Colombia’s international promotion of trade, investment, and tourism.

See photos here.
 

September 6, 2018- News Clips -
The former Vice President of Colombia (2002-2010), Francisco Santos is appointed as Ambassador of Colombia to the United States

President Iván Duque made official the appointment of Francisco Santos as Colombia’s envoy before the White House. The President assigned the official specific tasks:
"Strengthen both military cooperation and the commercial relationship between the two countries. Our relationship with the United States must be an instrument in favor of science, technology, and innovation, "said the President.
The act of possession took place at the Casa de Nariño in Bogotá, Colombia. The new Ambassador-designate to the United States was accompanied by his children and his wife María Victoria.             

September 5, 2018- News Clips -
Minister of Foreign Affairs travels to Washington D.C.  D.C.  to strengthen the strategic relationship with the United States

Washington (Sep. 5/18). The regional crisis due to the migration of Venezuelans, the strengthening of bilateral cooperation between the United States and Colombia through the High Level Dialogue, the global fight against drugs, humanitarian demining and efforts to consolidate peace, will be some of the topics that Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo will address during the work agenda that will be held in Washington between September 5 and 7.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Colombia will advance a high-level agenda that includes meetings with the Senate Foreign Relations Committee; the Assistant Secretary of State, John Sullivan; Secretary of Homeland Security, Kirstjen Nielsen, and National Security Advisor, John Bolton; as well as with the republican senator, Paul Cook, of the Subcommittee of External Relations of the House of Representatives , and the republican congressman, Hal Rogers, President of the Subcommittee of Appropriations of the House of EE.UU. for State and Foreign Operations.

In the framework of the Inter-American System, Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo will also develop a high-level agenda, which includes bilateral meetings with the General Secretary of the Organization of American States, OAS, Luis Almagro, and the Executive Secretary of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, IACHR, Paulo Abrao.

Today, Wednesday September 5 he will have a meeting with the 'Colombia Task Force' of the Atlantic Council, which is a mechanism whose main function is to facilitate the evolution of the bilateral relationship.

On Friday, September 7, Foreign Minister Trujillo was invited by Michael Shifter to the Inter-American Dialogue where they will talk about the foreign policy priorities of the administration of President Iván Duque, the national and international challenges of Colombia, the country's bilateral relations with the United States, as well as issues of hemispheric and international significance in foreign policy and new opportunities in trade and integration with Asia.

September 4, 2018- News Clips -
The  Minister of Foreign Affairs of Colombia is Travelling to the United States on Wednesday, September 5th,  for Meetings on Bilateral Agenda

Washington, DC – The The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Carlos Holmes Trujillo, will hold a three-day agenda in DC. Meetings include senior officials of the Administration of President Trump, the United States Congress, and Think Tanks.

The meetings will focus on strengthening the U.S.-Colombia alliance and reaffirming both countries’ commitment to continue and enhance our close cooperation in counter-narcotics efforts, economic issues and security.  Minister Trujillo will also discuss the central role played by Colombia in helping to foster and achieve security and stability in Latin America, in the light of challenges, such as those posed by the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela.

Among the highlighted meetings are the Senate and House Foreign Relations Committees and the House’s State and Foreign Operations Sub Committee.

Minister Trujillo will also meet with the Secretary General of the OAS, Luis Almagro, in order to examine and review the latest events pertaining to the situation in Venezuela.

On Friday, Sep. 7th, closing the agenda, the Minister will participate in an open discussion at the Inter-American Dialogue, moderated by Michael Shifter, President of The Dialogue.

 
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August 28, 2018- News Clips -
Press release on the decision of Colombia to denounce the Constitutive Treaty of UNASUR

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on behalf of the Government of Colombia, is allowed to publicly inform that today it was filed before the General Secretariat of UNASUR, the communication notifying the decision of the Republic of Colombia to report the Constitutive Treaty of the Union of South American Nations, signed on May 23, 2008 in Brasilia and renounce its status as a member state of the organization.
This decision, which is based on Article 24 of the Constitutive Treaty, will take effect for the Republic of Colombia six months after the filing date of the communication that was delivered today.
The Union of South American Nations was created on May 23, 2008 in Brasilia, Brazil, as a concertation and integration mechanism that seeks to develop a South American space integrated in political, social, economic, environmental and infrastructure terms. It brings together the 12 countries of South America: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela.

August 23, 2018- News Clips -
Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo made an official visit to the United Nations headquarters in New York

On Thursday, August 23, Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo made an official visit to the United Nations headquarters in New York, in order to hold meetings with senior officials of the Organization and members of the Security Council.
Chancellor Trujillo's agenda includes a meeting with the General Secretary of the United Nations, António Guterres; and another one with the President-elect of the General Assembly of the Organization, María Fernanda Espinosa; a working lunch with the ambassadors and permanent representatives of the 15 member countries of the Security Council; and a meeting with the ambassadors and permanent representatives of the 5 countries that, within the scheme of rotation of Nonpermanent Members of this Council, begin their term as of January 1, 2019.
This visit, the first one made by Foreign Minister Trujillo to the UN since his inauguration as the new Minister of Foreign Affairs, is part of a series of activities undertaken in order to advance the process of consolidating Colombia's international agenda, and seeks to share with the Organization the vision of the Government of President Iván Duque in thematic areas of priority interest for our country.

August 20, 2018- News Clips -
President Ivan Duque, informed that the arrest was made in the north of the country and he noted that the shock plan ‘Whoever does the crime, pays the time', adopted a few days ago, is advancing.

The National Police arrested Juan Carlos Castro, a.k.a. 'Pichi', in Tolú, department of Sucre, accused of being the main ringleader of the criminal group called 'The Office', as well as overseeing drug trafficking networks in the department of Antioquia, informed President Iván Duque.
The President highlighted that this capture is another achievement of the shock plan ‘Whoever does the crime, pays the time' launched a few days ago by the National Government.
"I inform the country that the National Police in Tolú, Sucre, captured Juan Carlos Castro, aka 'Pichi' today, the main head of 'The Office' and responsible for criminal and drug trafficking in the Aburrá Valley. We’re moving forward in the shock plan #ElQueLaHaceLaPaga (Whoever does the crime, pays the time)', the Head of State announced on his Twitter account.
In another trill, he thanked 'all the men and women of the @PoliciaColombia (National Police) for this important operation' “Jaguar Phase III”, within the framework of the shock plan #ElQueLaHaceLaPaga' and added that 'this result will contribute to providing more peace to the citizenry of the Valley of Aburrá '.
In the afternoon in Medellín, the Minister of Defense, Guillermo Botero; the Director-General of the Police, Jorge Hernando Nieto; and the mayor of Medellín, capital of Antioquia, Federico Gutiérrez, gave a press conference during which they provided further details of the operation.
"For us it is great news. Here we are fulfilling a promise by the President, which was to deactivate all the criminal activities of The Office during the course of his government, and sooner rather than later, , "said Minister Botero.
Meanwhile, the Director of the National Police, Gen. Jorge Hernando Nieto, said that a.k.a. 'Pichi' was a trusted accomplice of, and successor to, [The Office’s previous crime boss] a.k.a. 'Tom', who was recently captured, and had an outstanding arrest warrant for the crime of aggravated conspiracy.
According to Nieto, ‘precisely in this shock plan, “Whoever does the crime, pays the time”, security with legality, these results are given with all the institutional and inter-institutional capacity," adding that "we are duplicating all efforts to continue weakening all these structures.’
According to the Police, Juan Carlos Castro had been designated by Juan Carlos Mesa Vallejo, a.k.a. 'Tom' or 'Carlos Chata', as responsible for the organization's activities and for maintaining various alliances for purposes of international cocaine trafficking.
Castro is the main leader of the [self-titled] Collegiate Group The Office, to which 70 percent of the crime in the metropolitan area of the Aburrá Valley is attributed, by virtue of its articulation and control of six out of 10 designated Integrated Crime organizations (ODIN).
 

August 17, 2016- News Clips -
Secretary of Defense James N. Mattis met with Colombian President Ivan Duque August 17 in Bogota to reaffirm the long-standing defense relationship between United States and Colombia.  

The leaders discussed a broad range of defense issues, and the Secretary thanked the president for his country’s efforts to optimize the implementation of the peace accord. 

The secretary also thanked Colombia for its work regionally to denounce undemocratic actions — especially those in Venezuela and Nicaragua.

The leaders agreed to continue close military partnership so that long-lasting security and stability are possible in the country.

August 16, 2018- News Clips -
Secretary Mattis travels to South America Source: usembassy.gov

Secretary of Defense James N. Mattis embarks Sunday, Aug. 12 on his first trip to South America while leading the Department of Defense.
The White House declared 2018 the “Year of the Americas,” and the Secretary’s trip underscores the Department’s strong defense ties with Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Colombia. These relationships are critical to a collaborative, prosperous and secure Western hemisphere.
Secretary Mattis will begin his trip in Brazil, where he will meet with senior officials and defense leaders. He will also speak at the Escola Superior de Guerra, the country’s war college, and visit the national monument to Brazilian service members killed in World War II.
Secretary Mattis will then visit Argentina, where he will meet with senior defense officials to discuss defense issues of mutual interest.
His third stop is Chile to exchange strategic perspectives with senior officials.
Secretary Mattis concludes his trip in Colombia, where he will meet members of the newly elected administration.

August 15, 2018- News Clips -
New Cabinet

 
Duque appointed a cabinet consisting largely of known technocrats, with the same number of women and men.
 
 
 
Minister of Agriculture: Andrés Valencia
 
Minister of Defense: Guillermo Botero
 
Minister of Finance: Alberto Carrasquilla
 
Minister of Interior: Nancy Patricia Gutiérrez
 
Minister of Commerce, Industry and Tourism: José Manuel Restrepo
 
Minister of Foreign Affairs:Carlos Holmes Trujillo
 
Minister of Mines and Energy: María Fernanda Suárez
 
Minister of Transport: Angel María Orozco
 
Minister of Environment: Ricardo Lozano
 
Minister of Housing: Jonathan Malagón
 
Minister of Culture: Carmen Vásquez
 
Minister of Work: Alicia Arango
 
Minister of Justice: Gloria María Borrero
 
Minister of Technology: Silvia Constain
 
Minister of Education: María Victoria Angulo
 
Minister of Health: Juan Pablo Uribe
 
 

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