Colombia's President, Duque has ended after the heavy bombing in Bogota for peace negotiations with the guerrilla group ELN. He suspended the arrest warrants of leaders in power.
The Colombian government has responded to the heavy bombing in the capital, Bogotá, with tough measures against the left guerrilla organization ELN.
President Iván Duque said the peace talks with the group terminated all in the course of the negotiations, suspended the arrest warrants against the leader of the ELN would be reinstated.
"We will not rest until we have pulled out all the perpetrators and masterminds to justice," said Duque. In a televised address, he asked Cuba to extradite ten Peace negotiator for the ELN, the life in the context of a peace process on the island.21 killed in attack on police Academy
On Thursday had controlled a man with an explosive-Laden car on the grounds of the police Academy General Santander in Bogota, and to the Explosion. In the attack, 21 people were killed, dozens more were injured.
The assassin who was killed in the attack, was a longtime member of the ELN and investigator information, an explosives expert of the organization. The Colombian government is, therefore, the rebel group responsible for the attack.
rescue workers at the site of the attack in Bogotá.Farc-party condemned the attack
The group, which translates to "national liberation army" is called, the last active rebel group in Colombia.
Duques predecessor Juan Manuel Santos had ended the decades-long guerrilla war with the leftist rebels of the Revolutionary armed forces of Colombia (Farc) in November 2016, with a peace agreement. The Farc-fighters gave up their weapons and transformed itself into a political party.
The Farc-party condemned the attack on the police station.