Angelina Jolie was in Ecuador on Sunday meeting with the country's Foreign Minister, Ricardo Patino. In newly released photos, she's seen chatting with Patino and touring the ministry's headquarters in Quito. Angelina also toured the countryside, where misplaced Colombian refugees are farming again thanks to help from the UN.
Angelina was recently promoted to the position of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Special Envoy and takes her responsibilities so seriously she skipped out on her post-engagement vacation to return to her duties. Brad Pitt and their six children joined her on the visit to the region, and even fit in a special trip to the Galapagos Islands. The Jolie-Pitts have already left the Galapagos, and their future travel plans may take them to another luxurious locale. Brad's Killing Them Softly, formerly called Cogan's Trade, is expected to premiere at Cannes next month. Angelina is on a break from movie related projects until filming beings on Maleficent later this Summer.