With the inauguration of Gustavo Petro, Colombia and Venezuela aim to reopen the border between both countries, considered the most commercially active in South America.
According to the governor of Táchira, Freddy Bernal, in the first six months alone, the reopening would move between US$2 billion and US$8 billion.
The border between Colombia and Venezuela is 2,219 kilometers long. In normal times, the commercial flow between both countries was intense, to . . .