The signing of the Havana Agreements was a milestone in national history, but the deepest footprint in the life of the country should be its complete implementation. The peace talks process that led to the peace agreement teaches us the kind of country that we can build; but it is through full compliance of the agreed that we will reach its effective achievement.
While embarking upon a previously elaborated plan of visits to various Transitional Zones, at seven in the morning, last Saturday, we took a helicopter in the Mariana Paez Transitional Zone in Mesetas. The pilots, who have always been so attentive, explained that we had to travel to Villavicencio, a nearby city where they would fuel their tanks in order to fly directly to our new destination.
The following is the written response by Gabriel Angel to an article published in Las2Orillas by Ivan Gallo in which the author makes a biased contrast between FARC-EP member, Jesús Santrich and the rest of FARC-EP Commanders with the intention of making it look as if the FARC-EP is internally divided. The following is the full response article:
It had been a long time since Timo [FARC-EP Commander] had slept fourteen hours in a row. In the last weeks his hours of sleep had been cut in an agonizing way, forcing him to get somehow accustomed.
The Attorney General of Colombia in recent days has made a series of declarations regarding the assets of the FARC-EP, which according to him amount to billions of Colombian pesos.
On the FARC website, I recently published a chronicle about our trip back to Colombia. I intended to publish in this space a reduced version of it, according to the maximum 800 words that can be used. At the end I gave up in exchange for the invitation to those interested in reading the full text in the referenced website.