Cuba rejects Colombia's request for extradition of ELN leaders

Colombian police at the scene of the attack

Colombian police at the scene of the attack

  |  REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez

On Wednesday (23rd), Bogotá must notify the UN that negotiations with guerrilla fighters are closed. Main leaders of the National Liberation Army are in Havana

The Colombian government has asked Cuba to return the main leaders of the ELN (National Liberation Army) guerrillas to Bogota, after an attack on a military school in the capital, which left 20 dead. The Cuban regime, led by Miguel Díaz-Canel, refused the request.

Although the United Nations (UN) condemned the attack, peace negotiation tables have a protocol in which it is the guarantor countries that decide the course of the negotiation.

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