The team leader of the Colombian government in the peace process, Humberto de la Calle, announced Wednesday he will return to the negotiating table in Cuba with the FARC-EP, but without accepting alleged pressure from the guerrillas “to regulate the conflict. ”
According to de la Calle, a former vice president, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army (FARC-EP) have insisted in that topic because “its old claim to institutionalize (the conflict) and extend it indefinitely.”
On December 21 insurgents highlighted in Havana, permanent site of the peace talks, the importance of reaching an agreement with the government to regularize the war and prevent further pain on the civilian population.
A bilateral ceasefire would create an environment of peace to analyze the problems discussed by both sides, emphasized the commander Ivan Marquez, guerrilla chief delegate at the talks, during a press conference at the International Conference Center, west Havana.