Colombian Foreign Minister Claudia Blum reaffirmed this Tuesday before the United Nations Security Council that implementation of the Bogotá and Colombian Revolutionary Armed Forces Peace Agreement (FARC) is “reality” and “not” interrupted. “
This was expressed during the presentation session of the UN Review Mission’s quarterly report in Colombia, stressing that despite the context derived from the coronavirus pandemic, the executive is proceeding “calmly” and the “firm commitment” to the terms of the To comply with the agreement.
“We have not delayed any of the areas of work that encompass the policy of peace with legality – which is the framework from which the budgets, measures and strategies that develop the agreement will be carried out. – Its implementation is a priority of the government of the President Iván Duque “, he indicated.
It was also pointed out that “all bodies responsible for the application of the policy of peace with legality have taken measures to prevent, observe and mitigate the risks of COVID-19. Beneficiaries of these measures include former combatants, victims and farmers who are committed to the comprehensive national illegal plant substitution program “.