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Guarantors call on Colombian government and ELN to resume talks

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Guarantors called on both parties to prioritize a new ceasefire.
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Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador, Norway and Venezuela testify that both the government delegation and ELN have “expressed their will to overcome this moment and resume talks that would lead to peace.”

Quito, Jan 12 (Andes). -   In an official statement issued Thursday by the Ecuadorian Foreign Ministry, State guarantors of peace talks between the Colombian government and the National Liberation Army called on both parties to begin the fifth cycle “with the urgency that it deserves.”

Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador, Norway and Venezuela testify that both the government delegation and ELN have “expressed their will to overcome this moment and resume talks that would lead to peace.”

“We urge upon them to prioritize in this fifth cycle the negotiation of another ceasefire as well as other topics of the agenda,” reads the statement in which they stress out that “Colombia deserves the peace its people, region and international community hope for.”

Guarantors also called on both parties to avoid escalation that might risk the progress made in the negotiation process and in the previous ceasefire.

“We reaffirm guarantors’ support to the peace process in Colombia until achieving a complete and long-lasting peace,” concludes the official statement.

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