An Acción spokesperson said: “We are paying close attention to what is happening in Colombia, and what we see are issues of concern. The European Union condemns violence against legal rights such as demonstrations, freedom of assembly and freedom of speech.” Appearance, Peter Si Tano (Peter Stano).
BRUSSELS (EUROPA PRESS)-The European Union on Tuesday called for an end to violence and the “disproportionate use of force” against demonstrators who legally used their freedom in Colombia. The ill-treatment that caused at least 19 deaths was brought to justice.
The spokesperson took this opportunity to condemn the violent deaths of at least 19 people during the demonstration and express condolences to the European Union. Fundamental Principles and Freedom”.
It was on this Tuesday that Manu Pineda, a left-wing MP from the Ministry of Environmental Protection, asked the EU’s High Representative for Foreign Policy to consider sending a delegation to Colombia to ensure respect for the human rights of Colombians and to ensure compliance with the Peace Agreement. “Progress has been made.
Regarding this matter, Borrell’s spokesperson argued that because of the European Union’s mission in Bogota and the embassies of different member states of the country, the European Union has been “very carefully” observing this situation, so “there is no indication at the moment. This happens”. The task must be performed. “
Stano reiterated that the top priority is to stop violence and stop the armed and security forces from using excessive violence. He also insisted that the blockade was confident in the response of Colombian institutions.
The protests on tax reform that President Iván Duque has withdrawn were the scene of police attacks and other acts of violence. At least 19 civilians have been killed.