Creation, strengthening and promotion of alliances: Memoranda of understanding

Where
Colombia
When
2020
Who
Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Sometimes negotiates and signs the memoranda of understanding)
Ministry of Culture of Colombia (Implements the memoranda of understanding)
Describe the main features of the policy/measure: 

Memoranda of understanding (MoU) are agreements concluded between the Ministry of Culture (or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and public entities of other states, that make official the intention to strengthen cooperation ties between the parties involved. Likewise, they express the intention of the actors to work together on specific lines of action in which they have identified common interests. These international instruments do not generate binding obligations, and their development is generally dependent on the signatories' availability of human and financial resources.

What are the results achieved so far through the implementation of the policy/measure?: 

Since 2017, the following initiatives have taken place:

Azerbaijan, In negotiation, Libraries 2017
Malta Signed Cultural cooperation 2018
Ghana, Completion of legal procedures, Cultural and arts exchanges 2018
Korea, Completion of legal procedures, Orange economy and cultural exchanges 2019
Turkey, In negotiation, Cooperation in archival science 2019
Argentina, Signed, Cooperation in orange economy 2019
Peru ,Signed, Cooperation in orange economy 2019
Indonesia, In negotiation, Cooperation archival science 2019
Panama, Signed, Technical cooperation in culture 2019
Russia, In negotiation, Cooperation archival science 2019
Honduras, In negotiation, Arts exchanges 2020

Financial resources allocated to the policy/measure in USD: 

$0

Partner(s) engaged in the implementation of the measure: 
Name of partnerType of entity
Azerbaijan
Public Sector
Malta
Public Sector
Ghana
Public Sector
Korea
Public Sector
Turkey
Public Sector
Argentina
Public Sector
Peru
Public Sector
Indonesia
Public Sector
Panama
Russia
Honduras
Has the implementation of the policy/measure been evaluated?: 
NO