August 2004
Background Notes on Countries of the World: Colombia;Aug2004, p8
Country Report
Country Report
Describes the relations between the U.S. and Colombia. Number of U.S. citizens registered with the U.S. embassy as living in Colombia; Agreements signed by the U.S. and Colombia; Financial assistance provided by the U.S. to the Latin-American country; Principal U.S. embassy officials in Colombia.


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