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Opinion: Colombia and Venezuela – from rivals to partners in one month

(Opinion) Until three weeks ago, Venezuela and Colombia had no diplomatic relations. But life takes some radical turns, and politics is not exempt from such abrupt changes.

With Gustavo Petro taking power in the Casa de Nariño, the situation between Bogotá and Caracas has eased to the point where both countries have ambassadors, plan to expand their trade relations, and will reopen the border on Sept. 26, but also that their presidents will meet.

And it even happened that Petro asked his counterpart, Nicolás Maduro, to play the role of guarantor in peace negotiations with the National Liberation . . .

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