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"The National Government has had and will always have the will to promote and provide the necessary guarantees through dialogue": Minister Alicia Arango Olmos | Ministry of Interior

"The National Government has had and will always have the will to promote and provide the necessary guarantees through dialogue": Minister Alicia Arango Olmos

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Bogotá D.C.
18 Oct 2020

In a meeting with the Ombudsman, Carlos Camargo Assis, the Minister of the Interior, Alicia Arango Olmos, stated that "the National Government appreciates the meeting with the Ombudsman. We express the permanent disposition of dialogue with the Indigenous Minga."

When reviewing the points of the letter sent by the Indigenous Minga to President Iván Duque, the head of the political portfolio presented the agreements and progress made with the Indigenous Peoples.

"We made a recount of the progress and compliance of the National Government with the Indigenous Peoples. We have every interest to dialogue and listen to them to attend to their requests," said Arango Olmos.

The minister also noted that, "there have been different signs of our willingness to agree on approaches and priorities in terms of social investment and development with ethnic groups. The work of indigenous communities and the Executive in the process of agreeing on proposals from the ethnic chapter they managed to prioritize an investment of 10 billion pesos for indigenous peoples. "

The Interior Minister insisted on "the need to establish a methodological route to address the concerns of the Indigenous Minga and divide the issues by areas of the public sector or the State, depending on the competence."

"This Minga is not vindictive and we want to reiterate it. It is a political Minga, as its members have expressed. We thank the Indigenous Minga for their commitment to peaceful protest and we call to avoid any act of vandalism or road blockages" Minister Alicia Arango Olmos pointed out.

This meeting was attended by the Peace Commissioner, Miguel Ceballos; the director of National Planning, Luis Alberto Rodríguez; the Vice Ministers of the Interior Daniel Palacios and Carlos Alberto Baena; of Defense, Jairo García; of Health, Alexander Moscoso, the Director of Citizen Security of the National Police, General Jorge Luis Vargas.

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