The announcement was made by Colombia’s vice president Angelino Garzón while carrying out a three-day visit to Madrid, Spain. “If tomorrow they (the guerrillas) decide to lay down their weapons and reach the conclusion that violence no longer makes sense, the Government will have to guarantee calmed processes and the chance for some to rejoin civil life”, said Garzón, who seems to be fully recovered from the heart surgery he had just after having assumed his role as Colombia’s second executive authority. "What we won’t do," he added, “is to have dialogues without their decision to end the violence".
Un trino de Santos indigna a Maduro y él amenaza con revelar los secretos del proceso de paz. Invocar el anti-colombianismo no cambia el hecho de que la crisis venezolana está llegando a un punto de inflexión.