Colombia’s Foreign Minister María Angela Holguín said that the country's attempts to improve ties with Venezuela shouldn’t affect Colombia’s "broad agenda" with Washington. "We do not believe that the relations with Venezuela in any way can sink the agenda with the United States“, said Holguín on Sunday during an interview to a radio station. “One can not conclude that good ties with Latin American countries exclude (the U.S.)". The statement was made just after American columnist Andres Oppenheimer had suggested, in an article, that Colombia is taking a step back from the United States.
La voltereta de la Corte con el proceso de Andrade
Los tres delitos por los cuales la Corte Suprema procesaba al senador se esfumaron con la llegada del abogado Gustavo Moreno, hoy ‘ad portas’ de ser extraditado. SEMANA revela la historia secreta de ese reversazo.