With the US$440 million foreseen in its budget for Colombia, the Biden administration seeks to maintain its influence in the South American country as “a gateway to the continent in an easy way,” Colombian political scientist Felipe Mendoza told Sputnik.
On March 9, US President Joe Biden presented his administration’s budget proposal for 2023-2024, including a total of US$444 million for actions in Colombia.
The figure, earmarked for military-technical cooperation operations, represents a reduction of US$18 million in the 2022-2023 budget, although it continues to give Colombia a prominent place in the allocation . . .