Colombia and U.S. discuss cooperation
The governments of Colombia and the United States spoke last Friday about a new framework of bilateral cooperation in which Washington will support the South American country during its post-conflict era, if it reaches a definitive peace accord with its guerrilla groups.
Peace was the basis of the meeting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry had Friday in Bogotá with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, which also included a review of the two countries' far-reaching bilateral agenda.
For his part, Santos said that achieving peace would crown with success U.S. cooperation with Colombia and "will be the basis, the platform for us to be able to continue this relationship in the post-conflict era in a proactive manner and in a beneficial manner for both countries."
Source: Fox News Latino