Presidents of Cuba and Colombia meet in Havana | News

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The presidents of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, and of Colombia, Gustavo Petro, held a meeting in Havana within the framework of the third cycle of talks between the South American government and the National Liberation Army (ELN).


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After signing the joint agreements between the executive and the Colombian insurgent group derived from the peace negotiations, the president of the coffee nation went to the headquarters of the Presidency of the Republic of Cuba.

On a day that he considered historic, the President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, stated that "We ratify that it is a great satisfaction for us that you are here and also the results of the negotiations."

The Cuban president highlighted the special contribution of President Petro to the achievement of peace, since upon assuming the presidency he revitalized the possibilities towards negotiations with the ELN, interrupted by the previous government that demanded the extradition of the guerrillas without paying attention to the agreements.

The presence of the negotiators of the guerrilla group in the Greater Antilles, Díaz-Canel continued, was what allowed the government of former President Donald Trump to include Cuba in the spurious list in which the United States gathers the supposed countries that it sponsors. The terrorism.

In the opinion of the Cuban ruler, Petro defended Cuba's principled position of respecting the agreements it assumed as guarantor of the dialogue process, thus leaving without arguments those who used Cuba's respect for those commitments to attack it.

In welcoming the visitor, the Colombian side was attended by Foreign Minister Álvaro Leyva Durán; the head of the Colombian government delegation in the peace talks, José Otty Patiño, and Danilo Rueda, High Commissioner for Peace.

Also present on the Cuban side were the member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Party and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla; Vice Foreign Minister Josefina Vidal Ferreriro and the Cuban Ambassador to Colombia, Javier Caamaño Cairo.

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