The delegations of the Colombian government and the National Liberation Army (ELN) reported Thursday that they are extending the closure of the third cycle of the peace talks table, which is currently taking place in Havana.
According to a joint statement, this decision was made “given the importance of the issues on the agenda being developed (participation of society in the peace-building process, ceasefire, and humanitarian actions and dynamics).”
The delegations informed that they are “positively advancing their work” and that the closing of the third cycle is postponed until June 8.
A week ago, the delegations had announced the continuity of the negotiating table, after the group announced a “pause” in the process, due to the “contradictions” of the president of Colombia, Gustavo Petro.
The delegations of the Colombian government and the ELN talk in Cuba, where they presented their proposals bilateral ceasefire. Its about third dialogue cycleafter the meetings in Venezuela and Mexico, since the end of last year.
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