The Ambassador of Colombia had a meeting with Ambassador Miriam Mac Intosh, Permanent Secretary for Geopolitical Affairs and International Development Cooperation of the Republic of Suriname

16/07/2021
The Ambassador of Colombia had a meeting  with Ambassador Miriam Mac Intosh, Permanent Secretary for Geopolitical Affairs and International Development Cooperation of the Republic of Suriname

 

Port of Spain. July 15, 2021. The Ambassador of Colombia Martha Cecilia Pinilla- Perdomo had a meeting  via videoconference with Ambassador Miriam Mac Intosh, Permanent Secretary for Geopolitical Affairs and International Development Cooperation of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Business and International Cooperation of the Republic of Suriname, in order to interchange views regarding the draft text of the  Inter- American Business Charter that is being agreed and other bilateral and multilateral issues of mutual interest.

The draft of the  Inter-American Business Charter is a proposal led by President Iván Duque to promote the role of the private initiative, as an engine of development and socio-economic growth in our American continent. 

Colombia believes that the region requires a political instrument, built on the common concerns and interests of OAS Member States, in order to harness the capacity of the private sector to contribute to the socio-economic stability of the American continent.

It is therefore very important for everyone to have the active participation of all CARICOM Member States because these technical discussions nurture the draft Charter and help to co-create an inclusive international instrument for economic recovery in the post-pandemic scenario.

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