Maduro says that "the time for peace has come" with dialogue between Colombia and ELN
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The president of Venezuela, Nicolas Madurohe said this Monday, after the installation of the dialogue table in Caracas between the Colombian government and the guerrillas of National Liberation Army (THE N), that “the hour of peace has arrived”.

“The time for peace has arrived, and here is the hand (…) of the people of Venezuela to tell the (Colombian President Gustavo) Petro and Colombia (to) count on us for total peace”expressed in an act with national and international students, broadcast by the state channel VTV.

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In this sense, the Head of State offered “all the support of the people of Venezuela to the peace negotiations”which, in his opinion, represent a “message of hope” for Latin America and the Caribbean to be a “land of peace.”

The Colombian government and the ELN restarted the peace dialogue in Caracas on Monday, where representatives of both delegations meet, in the presence of international observers, to resume this process suspended since 2018.

In a joint statement, both parties agreed “resume with full political and ethical will the process of political dialogue”, understood as a claim “of rural and urban territories that suffer from violence and exclusion”.

The Maduro Executive assured, through a statement, that it will spare no effort in its support for dialogue.

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