Colombian and Venezuelan’s Foreign Ministers, María Ángela Holguín and Nicolás Maduro, signed thirteen agreements in order to keep improving the commercial relations between both countries. Among them is one intended to increase the frequency of flights between Caracas and Bogotá. Holguín also announced that they are advancing in their goal of getting paid the debt owed to the Colombian exporters. Colombian government wants to return to the normal trade relations that existed before the bilateral crisis in 2010. The country is ready to negotiate agreements in social development, infrastructure, and security in border areas, Minister Holguín said.