At the Summit of the Americas held in the United States, the President of that country, Joe Biden served the traditional dinner for the political leaders of the countries invited to this multilateral event.
Through his Twitter account, President Evan Duque revealed that he was also invited to that dinner, a place at the table that was very close to that of President Joe Biden, A situation that Duque exploited to further strengthen bilateral relations with the United States.
In the same way, the Colombian president revealed that the dinner also helped discuss key issues of both countries such as combating the climate crisis, enhancing security, and taking care of immigration and trade.
“We attended the Leaders Dinner presented by POTUS President JoeBiden, along with the Heads of State of the region, at #SummitAmericas, A space that strengthens our relations and strengthens the bonds of cooperation in combating the #security_climate_crisis and trade migrationPresident Duque posted it on his Twitter account.
Several photos were also released this week in the framework of the Summit of the Americas, in which the president of that country appears, Joe Biden and his wife, First Lady Jill Biden and Colombian President Evan Duque.
In the photos, Biden is seen saluting Duque in great esteem, cementing the good moment in relations between Colombia and the United States, which celebrates 200 years of history.
Colombia’s participation in the Summit of the Americas was vital, as the President of the Republic, Ivan Duque, announced, in that multilateral space, that his country had signed the Declaration on the Protection of the Oceans issued in the framework of the activities of the Summit of the Americas.
The national government has highlighted that the largest fruitful ocean reserve in the Marine Brotherhood has received overwhelming support from other American nations that have joined the initiative.
In the course of the development of the Summit of the Americas, which is being held in this city, the Declaration of “America to Protect the Ocean” was signed, which The program already underway and to which it has signed up includes Colombia, Ecuador, Costa Rica and Panama, which are joined by Chile, Peru, the United States, Canada and Mexico.The Duke government noted.
Relations between Colombia and the United States at the highest level
On several occasions, after Biden received President Duque at the White House in Washington this year, the Colombian head of state has stated that the binational relationship is going through its best moment in history.
On the other hand, the President of the Republic, Ivan Duque, said through his Twitter account several days ago, that the President of the Republic The United States sent a memo formalizing Colombia’s designation as a strategic non-NATO ally.
At that time, the head of state highlighted in the message he posted on social media that This rating raises relations with the United States and the Biden government to another leveland consolidation of foreign policy between the two countries.