Colombia’s foreign minister on Tuesday reviewed bilateral relations and discussed future challenges with US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton.
The meeting took place in the United States capital of Washington D.C, where the two politicians reviewed the last four “fruitful” years. Among the main topics of discussion was the US-Colombia free trade agreement, environmental and energy issues, and others.
The meeting may well mark the final encounter between Holguin and Clinton, as the latter prepares to leave her post to make way for US Senator and former presidential candidate, John Kerry, who will take over the position in the coming weeks. Clinton has reportedly described her forthcoming successor as an “excellent” choice.