Member of FARC-EP Team Dismisses Crisis in Peace Talks

Imagen activaBogota, Apr 1 (Prensa Latina) Ricardo Tellez member of the peace team of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People's Army (FARC-EP) today dismissed an alleged crisis in peace talks with the government after saying that never before there has been progress in this process.
In comments broadcast on Colombian radio stations, the guerrilla stressed that the delays in the talks for the third week of April are needed to analyze the proposals in which they has been making progresses.

Tellez announced that next April 18 they will resume the talks, based in Cuba, although we can not promise that day to present the signature of the first issue analyzed, the comprehensive agricultural development policy, he added.

There is much to build. Every day brings new proposals. I ask the public to be patient, we're working hard to try to build a building with all the foundations that can provide assurance to the future, he said.

The commander of the FARC-EP said that the next forum of political participation, from April 28 to 30 in Bogota, is a sign that things are on the right track. We are ready to move forward, he said.

Finally, he asked the government not to mix the peace process with the elections.

We want the process to be outside the upcoming electoral campaign, in which we are immersed. We think that it could damage the process terribly, he concluded.


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