Colombia and Mexico seek to reactivate the sports exchange agreement

Sports Minister Guillermo Herrera and Mexico’s Ambassador to Colombia Alejandro García Romero held a meeting in which they discussed how to resume sports cooperation between the two countries.

The goal is to promote the exchange of experiences from the Colombian sports model with Mexico, through priority sports that represent the largest harvest of medals in the Olympic Games, and vice versa, such as weightlifting, diving, swimming and archery.

“This will be an opportunity to strengthen fronts such as science applied to sports, high-performance sports, modified sports, science and technology, sports medicine, anti-doping, as well as sports infrastructure and venues, social inclusion, overcrowding, sports, women in sports and sports management,” the Minister emphasized. Herrera.

The motto is the embodiment of the negotiations that allow the renewal of the cooperation agreement on such fronts as physical culture and sport with the National Commission for Physical Culture and Sports of the United Mexican States (CONADY), which already has a date of its signature 2013 and this in 2016 has lost its validity, but with this new space we seek to work again in a coordinated manner.

Also participating in the meeting was Colonel Roman Jacinto Gonzalez, the military and air attache of Mexico. Cesar Henao, Adviser to Minister Herrera’s Office, and Maria Fernanda Muñoz, of the Sports Ministry’s Office of International Relations.

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