According to Colombian Foreign Minister Maria Angela Holguin Peru and Colombia will focus their efforts in the fight against drug trafficking and will strengthen security along the common border.
"It is essential to combat drug trafficking and organized crime and border security, that is a priority for us," she said in statements to Andina.
Holguin said that these issues were addressed by the Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos and his Peruvian Humala, during a visit to Bogota before Humala took office.
Peru and Colombia signed a Binational Action Plan for Border Security, last May, aimed at combating drug trafficking and illegal activities in more than 1,600 miles of shared border.
Holguin said Colombia would also boost electrical interconnectivity, in order to sell power in the northern part of Peru.
She said that Colombia has the ability to supply energy to other countries in the region, since it generates 13 thousand megawatts of electricity, but only consume half.
The Colombian foreign minister participated on Monday in the 32nd meeting of the Andean Council of Foreign Ministers, at the Andean Community headquarters in Lima.
Colombia became President Pro Tempore of the Andean Community, for the period 2011-2012.