Canada an Unconditional Partner for Colombian Development

When Alvaro Uribe Vélez assumed office as president of Colombia in 2002, he established the Democratic Security Policy, designed to restore state presence throughout the country, safeguard the human rights of its people and create the conditions necessary for economic recovery and sustainable growth.

Jaime Bermudez Merizalde
Published: Wednesday, 04/29/2009 12:00 am EDT

When Alvaro Uribe Vélez assumed office as president of Colombia in 2002, he established the Democratic Security Policy, designed to restore state presence throughout the country, safeguard the human rights of its people and create the conditions necessary for economic recovery and sustainable growth. The policy was aimed at restoring the confidence of Colombians and foreigners in Colombia and promoting trade and investment with social responsibility.

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