(CNN Spanish) — Iván Duque made his last speech as president of Colombia on Saturday night. “Today is the last time that I address myself as President of the Republic, a responsibility that I assumed with the greatest commitment, sense of responsibility and love for the country,” Duque began his message to the nation.
The president spoke of the progress of his government, referred to the challenge of facing the covid-19 pandemic and mentioned the protection of Venezuelan migrants, among other issues.
After 15 minutes, Duque ended his speech by thanking all the members of his government team, his family and “each and every one of the Colombians, to whom I profess my deep and eternal gratitude. For your support, for their generosity and for their constructive criticism.
“It has been my greatest honor to be able to serve our country. My pride in being born Colombian is indescribable,” he said.
And he added: “Thanks to you, to each and every one of the Colombians, to whom I profess my deep and eternal gratitude. For your support, for your generosity and for your constructive criticism. It has been my greatest honor to be able to serve our country Indescribable is my pride in being born Colombian. Thank you because we show that together we are capable of facing any adversity. You will always be in my heart and I will never stop working for you.”