They congratulate the Government of Colombia and the ELN for the agreements reached | News
After the closure of the third cycle of peace talks between the Government of Colombia and the National Liberation Army (ELN), held this Friday in Cuba, various authorities have sent their congratulations for the agreements reached.
Government of Colombia and the ELN conclude third cycle of peace talks
The Secretary General of the United Nations Organization (UN), António Guterres, congratulated the parties for the agreement on a six-month national bilateral ceasefire and a mechanism to define the participation of Colombian society in the peace process. .
According to Guterres' spokesman, Stéphane Dujarric, he said that "these are important steps that give hope to the Colombian people, especially the communities most affected by the conflict."
"The parties will work together and in good faith with the determination to fulfill their agreed obligations under the ceasefire," it said.
�� General Secretary @antonioguterres congratulates the Government of ���� and the #THE N by the agreements announced in #Cuba on a 6-month national bilateral ceasefire, and on a mechanism to define the participation of Colombian society in the peace process. @UNDPPA pic.twitter.com/1dMZQXc3WR
— UN Mission in Colombia (@MisionONUCol)
June 9, 2023
Likewise, Guterres assured that "it takes note of the Colombian government's request for the Verification Mission to monitor this ceasefire and reiterates its commitment to continue accompanying the dialogue process through its special representative."
For its part, the Government of Venezuela also congratulated both parties for the achievements obtained in the third cycle of the peace talks.
"The Bolivarian Government celebrates the signing of the agreements for the processes of participation of society in the construction of peace and the bilateral, temporary and national ceasefire, reached in this successful day that constitutes a definitive path for peace in our sister Colombia", refers to the text.
The capital of Venezuela, Caracas, will host the fourth cycle of dialogues, from August 14 to September 4.
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– Embassy Spain Col (@EmbajadaEspCol)
June 9, 2023
For their part, the group of accompanying countries in the peace talks between the Government of Colombia and the ELN also congratulated both parties "for the results achieved in relation to the bilateral ceasefire, the participation of society and the relief humanitarians”.
Through a statement published by the Spanish Embassy in Colombia, the nations that make up the Group of Accompaniment, Support and Cooperation Countries (GPAAC) stressed that they recognize "the commitment of the parties to systematically enlist the ceasefire and continue to strengthen its scope”.
“We reiterate our commitment to comprehensively accompany and support the Dialogue Table in the development of the agenda and the implementation of what has been agreed. We salute the hospitality of Venezuela as the venue for the fourth cycle of the Peace Dialogues”, he asserted.
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