The Free Trade Agreement between Mexico and Colombia, in accordance with its Article 6-20, establishes a Committee on Regional Integration of Inputs (CIRI). The Administrative Commission (Commission) has the power to issue a resolution and establish a waiver, in the amounts and terms agreed by the CIRI in its opinion, for the use of the materials referred to in paragraph 3 of Article 6-21 of the Treaty. Through Decision No. 86 adopted by the Commission on February 6, 2017, a temporary exemption was granted for the use of materials produced or obtained outside the free trade zone for certain textile and clothing goods to receive preferential tariff treatment established in the Treaty. On February 6, 2018, the CIRI presented an opinion to the Commission, in which it determined to extend the exemption granted to the input of Decision No. 86, for the use of certain materials produced or obtained outside the free trade zone, in the manufacture of certain textile and clothing goods, in order that these goods may receive the preferential tariff treatment provided for in the Treaty, and the Commission, taking into consideration the opinion presented by the CIRI referred to in the preceding paragraph, adopted the March 2018, Decision No. 92, by which it agreed to grant an extension to the temporary exemption for the use of certain material produced or obtained outside the free trade zone in the manufacture of certain textile and clothing goods, so that these goods can receive the preferential tariff treatment of the Treaty. In accordance with the foregoing, the purpose of this instrument is to make known to individuals and customs authorities Decision No. 92 of the Administrative Commission of the Treaty, so it does not create, nor establish costs, rights or obligations for individuals.