MIL OSI Translation. Region: Spanish / Latin America / UN –
Source: Republic of Colombia
San Salvador (Aug. 21/19). The Colombian Ambassador to El Salvador, Cesar Felipe González Hernández, presented to the President of the Republic of El Salvador, Nayid Bukele, the credentials, which accredit him as Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Colombia. At the ceremony he was accompanied by the Minister Counselor E.F.C.
At the meeting, the Ambassador had the opportunity to discuss and exchange views with the President of the Republic Nayid Bukele, on the importance of continuing to strengthen diplomatic relations between the two countries dating from January 1, 1925 and for the great moment in which They are currently, the importance and the great responsibility that comes with being Colombia is listed as the second country in direct foreign investment in El Salvador. At the end of the meeting, the different issues of the bilateral agenda were addressed, especially those of cooperation.
Ambassador González Hernández is a Professional in International Relations from the Jorge Tadeo Lozano University of Bogotá and studied at the San Carlos Diplomatic Academy “Augusto Ramírez Ocampo”, as well as the Chilean Diplomatic Academy, “Andrés Bello”, where he obtained the “Andrés Bello” Prize, in 1989. He has also completed special studies in Public International Law and Private International Law at the Hague Academy of International Law (2017).
He joined the Colombian Foreign Service on February 4, 1987 and during his long diplomatic and consular experience, he has served as Vice Consul of Colombia in Mexico, Consul of Colombia in New York, Consul of Colombia in Atlanta, Minister Counselor in Jamaica, Minister Plenipotentiary in Canada and Minister Plenipotentiary in Guatemala, from where he was transferred and promoted to perform his duties as Head of Mission at the Colombian Embassy accredited to the Government of El Salvador.
In Colombia, Ambassador César Felipe González Hernández has held different positions in the diplomatic ranks, within the following offices and Directorates: Undersecretariat of International Organizations, Division of Consular Affairs, General Directorate of the Protocol, Directorate of Asia, Directorate of Human Talent, Directorate of America and during his last period in Colombia in the Directorate of Territorial Sovereignty, where he served as Coordinator of Maritime and Air Affairs.
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