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Directorate of the Diplomatic Academy and Head of the Area of ​​Relations and International Cooperation of the National Police preside over the closing of the diploma in Police Management and International Relations for attachés and police secretaries

Bogotá (Nov. 27/20). In the educational platform of the National Police, nine colonels, two majors and a captain together with 16 non-commissioned officers from that institution received diplomas in Police Management and International Relations, after having completed the entire academic program on police matters and the module in Foreign Ministry on the foreign policy of Colombia between Thursday 19 and Friday 27 November 2020.

The Third Module of the “CAMI III-2020 Military and Police Attachés Course”, given in 22 conferences in the “Virtual Classroom” was possible thanks to the participation, as speakers, of the officials in charge of the various thematic areas of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Among them, Colombia’s foreign policy, public international law, diplomatic language, territorial sovereignty, protocol, human rights, drugs, disarmament, crime prevention, consular affairs, institutional aspects before the UN and the OAS; as well as bilateral relations with the United States and Canada; Asia, Africa and Oceania, Europe, and Latin America and the Caribbean.

This Module also had special guests from ProColombia and Migración Colombia who, respectively, trained the Officers and NCOs participating in the functions of trade promotion, tourism and investment, and the Colombian migration policy.

The Minister Counselor Pedro López, Coordinator of Cooperation of the Diplomatic Academy “Augusto Ramírez Ocampo” who was a lecturer in this module, together with Lieutenant Colonel Carlos Antonio Ardila Rocha Head of the Area of ​​International Relations and Cooperation, delivered the diplomas and predicted success in their work to graduates of the National Police.

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