For the first time since U.S. President Barack Obama took office, he will privately receive Colombian President Álvaro Uribe at the White House. The meeting has been scheduled for June 29, according to Colombian Ambassador in Washington Carolina Barco. The presidents are expected to discuss topics such as energy and education, as well as the Free Trade Agreement which was signed by both countries but still lacks the approve of the US Congress.
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