Thursday, January 27th 2011 - 18:36 UTC

Foreign Office Ministers Meet Colombian Vice-Minister in London

Colombian Vice Minister for Multilateral Affairs Patti Londoño is visiting the UK to discuss UN Security Council (UNSC) business. Colombia has a non-permanent seat at the UNSC and their first Presidency begins in April.

British State Minister for the FCO Jeremy Browne and Colombian Vice Minister for Multilateral Affairs Patti Londoño

She met Foreign Office Ministers Henry Bellingham and Jeremy Moore. Bellingham, as the minister responsible for UN matters, spoke of the UK’s commitment to working with Colombia as a partner on priority UNSC issues such as UN reform and peacekeeping missions. He also discussed Colombia’s priorities for their first UNSC Presidency with Minister Londoño.

Browne, as the minister responsible for Latin America, reiterated the UK’s commitment to strengthening and broadening its bilateral relationship with Colombia.

He also discussed human rights and the recent severe flooding in Colombia.

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1 briton (#) Jan 27th, 2011 - 09:20 pm Report abuse
As long as they dont mention [shhh you know who]
they wont get upset ?

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