General Luis Navarro spoke about the scope of the ELN across Colombia, and its implications for the country’s safety in rural and urban areas.
Fuel smuggling continues to be a major problem, but authorities spoke about successful operations throughout the country. The development of these and other stories in our periodic Security summary.
The ELN has been attacking oil infrastructure to put pressure on the government and reactivate peace talks. The Colombian Association of Petroleum Engineers (ACP) explains why the group’s actions will not affect industry investments.
President Duque announced the reactivation of capture orders against the ELN’s delegation, after the armed group claimed responsibility for attacking the Police Academy in Bogotá. How will this affect the Colombian economy?
President Duque asked the Cuban government to capture the ELN’s delegation in Havana (Cuba), but the armed group had signed a Special Protocol with the previous government, in case the dialogues ended. Here are the details.
The Army reported positive results in operatives against oil smuggling in Cúcuta (Norte de Santander) and Tame (Arauca), among others. The development of these and other stories in our periodic Security summary.
Authorities were able to significantly reduce fuel theft, but are still struggling to eliminate fuel smuggling.