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President Gustavo Petro commissioned Armando Benedetti one of the most complex and risky tasks of his administration: the restoration of relations with Venezuela. The former senator settled in the neighboring country with the aim of rebuilding diplomatic and economic relations between the two nations, broken during the government of Iván Duque.

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The head of state made sure to have one of his closest files in Venezuelaa country with which its Government intends to carry out hard work to rebuild the ties that were broken due to the Human Rights violations that occurred in the administration of Nicolás Maduro, the recognition of Juan Guaidó as president, among other issues.

Today, after several months working as Colombian ambassador in Venezuela, Armando Benedetti He took stock of what was found upon his arrival and spoke of the goals that he will seek to materialize, such as the reactivation of the economy in the border area. In addition, he spoke of Petro’s first months in power.

The ambassador made a strong comment about the work that the team that the president formed to govern Colombia has done. As he explained in ‘The informants’, although he believes that Petro has done a good jobhis helpers (ministers and others) have not done their part.

When asked if he was calm with the administration of the progressive leader, Benedetti expressed: “Calm in the sense that it seems to me that Petro is doing unbeatable. Now, what I see badly is the Government of Petro. One might come to think that suddenly there is no government. If I keep talking about it, be careful and they will throw me out.

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Benedetti’s response made it clear that even in the president’s closest circle there are doubts about the management of ministers and other officials, since several —such as the Minister of Mines, Irene Vélez— have made blunders and made unfortunate statements.

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