Chile se mantiene como país garante de diálogos con el ELN

Chile se mantiene como país garante de los diálogos de paz que Colombia aspira reanudar con la guerrilla Ejército de Liberación Nacional (ELN) que aún no tiene un nuevo anfitrión definido, dice el presidente chileno Gabriel Boric en una declaración conjunta con su par colombiano Gustavo Petro

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COLOMBIA-CHILE ELN

Chile se mantendrá como país garante de los diálogos de paz que Colombia aspira reanudar con la guerrilla Ejército de Liberación Nacional que aún no tiene un nuevo país anfitrión definido, informó el lunes el presidente chileno Gabriel Boric en una declaración conjunta con su homólogo colombiano Gustavo Petro.

Boric dijo a la prensa que ha planteado a Petro su “disposición para colaborar” en lo que necesite el nuevo gobierno en los términos en que “estime que son más útiles”.

Días atrás el mandatario chileno había ofrecido su país como sede para las negociaciones que desde 2018 y hasta su suspensión en 2019 se llevaron a cabo en Cuba.

Petro, quien juró como presidente la víspera, aseguró que el cambio del sitio geográfico en el que se desarrolle un eventual diálogo depende también de las “condiciones” que manifieste la guerrilla, cuyos cabecillas permanecen en Cuba.

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