Colombia opened its Embassy in Caracas on November 27, 1831, thus officially establishing diplomatic relations with its neighbor and, soon after, Venezuela followed suit in the city of Bogota.

The geographical proximity of the two countries, with the extensive 2,219 kilometer long border shared between them, as well as the strong historical, cultural and commercial ties which unite us, have made Venezuela an actor of the greatest importance to our country.

One of the priorities of the Foreign Policy of President Juan Manuel Santos’ Government is therefore to maintain excellent relations with the Venezuelan Government, based on mutual respect, the use of diplomatic channels and the application of the fundamental principles of International Law of non-interference in internal affairs and respect for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of states.

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