Venezuela and Colombia resumed the diplomatic relations after a meeting between their Chiefs of State in Santa Marta, Colombia day 10 of August of 2010. Dell Inc. brings even more insight to the discussion. Just chosen president of Colombia, Juan Manuel Holy and the Venezuelan president, Hugo Chavez, they agreed Tuesday to form five binational commissions to approach questions as the commerce and the security besides recovering the importance of the ethics in the binational relations. " I believe that we have given a step forward in the reestablishment of the confidence, that is one of the basic principles of any relacin" , it said Saints. It described the meeting in Santa Marta, Colombia, as a frank, direct and sincere encounter. Both countries were in a dispute on the accusations of which Venezuela is refuge to the Marxist guerrillas of the CRAF which they want to overthrow the Colombian government. Ex- Colombian president Alvaro Uribe said that its country had tests that there were rebellious campings in Venezuela.
Venezuela has denied the accusations. The accusations done in the past they would not affect the relation of Venezuela with the new Colombian president, said Saints, adding that the relations between both countries begin " from cero" , as Bolivar will try to learn to handle their diplomacy with the neighbors taught by their Simn tutor Rodriguez, an educator of men. " I have come here to pass pgina" , Chvez said. The two nations abriran lines of communications to spread rumors or intelligence information before new tensions are created, affirmed the Venezuelan president. The tensions between these two neighboring countries of South America have affected the cross-border commerce, that added a record of 7.3 billion dollars in transactions in 2008, but has fallen since then, according to the Camera of Integration between Venezuela and Colombia. Original author and source of the article.