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Bogotá_ The president of the General Assembly of the United Nations, Miroslav Lajcák, arrived this Thursday, on an official visit to Colombia, where he will stay for three days and will meet with the head of the State, Juan Manuel Santos.  

Lajcák was received by the vice minister of Multilateral Affairs of the Colombian chancellery, Adriana Mendoza and the ambassador of Colombia to the UN, María Emma Mejía, according to the website of Radio Habana Cuba.

The visit of the high representative of the international organization will focus on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development of the organization.

It brings as a fundamental purpose the launch of the Strategy for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in the country.

The former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovakia will also travel to the department of Cauca, where he will visit productive projects in the communities of Totoró, financed jointly by the government and by donor countries.

He will also hold meetings with the private sector, the academy and the United Nations missions in the South American country.

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