ELN Front confirms that it has Luis Díaz's father and that it begins his release
Bogotá, Nov 3 (EFE).- One of the guerrilla fronts of the National Liberation Army (ELN) confirmed this Friday that it kidnapped the father of Colombian soccer player Luis Díaz, Liverpool striker, and said that it intends to release him.
In a statement released today, the Northern War Front of the ELN suggests that when the kidnapping was committed last Saturday, the members of that group did not know that the kidnapped person was the soccer player's father.
"The Northern War Front has commands with economic missions and one of them carried out a deprivation of liberty, which when it was reported and verified that it was the father of Lucho Díaz, his release is directed because he is a relative of the great athlete that we want. all Colombians," he points out.
The statement indicates that "from now on his release process begins" and emphasizes that he wants to "avoid any incident" surrounding this kidnapping.
The head of the Government delegation in the peace talks with that guerrilla, Otty Patiño, reported on Thursday that the kidnapping of Díaz and Cilenis Marulanda, parents of the Colombian extreme, perpetrated last Saturday in the town of Barrancas, in the department Caribbean man from La Guajira, when they were traveling in their vehicle, "was perpetrated by a unit belonging to the ELN."
Marulanda was released hours later, although the guerrillas are holding the player's father hostage.
Since the kidnapping became known, the clamor of Colombians for their freedom has grown, as has the condemnation of the ELN for persisting in this crime.
That same Saturday, the Police and Military Forces launched a broad search operation by land and air in the Barrancas area, bordering Venezuela, in which at least 250 men participated. EFE
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