Cuba breaks silence on controversial memorandum to Colombia

Cuba had warned Colombia on February 8th, that rebels from Colombia’s National Liberation Army (ELN) may be planning an attack on Bogotá and says it regretted that this gesture was used by the administration of President Iván Duque to fuel binational tension.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (AP) Cuba broke its silence on Saturday, February 13th, on a memorandum it delivered to the Colombian government warning it of an alleged guerrilla attack in Bogotá and regretted that this gesture was used by the administration of President Iván Duque to fuel binational tension.

A statement from the Foreign Ministry of the Caribbean nation also expressed its “concern” about the management of the peace process by Duque and . . .

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