BILATERAL ASSESSMENT OF COLOMBIA AND CANADA RELATIONSHIPS
The relationship between Colombia and Canada is a result of aligned strategic interests, both countries. In the last decade, the bilateral relationship has become noticeably closer, as a result of the ratification of the Free Trade Agreement in 2011, the signature of the Peace Agreement between the Colombian government and the FARC in 2016, and the fact that both countries are committed to providing multilateral solutions to the humanitarian and political crisis in Venezuela. This newsletter, prepared by Colombia Risk Analysis for the benefit of the Colombian Canadian Chamber of Commerce (CCCC), attempts to summarize the state of the bilateral relationship between the two countries and assess the different economic and political areas where they collaborate. The document represents the views and analysis of Colombia Risk Analysis and its content does not bind the CCCC or its members in any way.
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