The Colombian Jorge Hernando Pedraza, secretary general of the Andean Community (CAN), expressed his "strong condemnation" to the attack and also asked that the National Liberation Army (ELN), to which the government attributes the attack, the release of the people who continues to kidnap and says that this kind of acts "are a flagrant violation of human rights ".
The agency said in a statement that its SThe Secretary-General sent a verbal note to the Presidency and to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Colombia, in which he affirmed that "rresolute and fully anti-terrorism policy, led by President Ivan Duque ".
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Hernando Pedraza reiterated "his solidarity and support for the families and friends of the 21 victims of the attack and he extended his condolences to the government and to the people of Ecuador for the death of an Ecuadorian cadet" .
On the other hand, PAnamá expressed his support for the "firm convocation of the president, Iván Duque, for the liberation of the hostages" and for the "immediate cessation of violence" from the ELN, as a condition to resume dialogue between the parties, "the Foreign Ministry of Panama said in a statement.
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Panama also reiterated its "solidarity with the Colombian people in the face of this tragic event" and stressed that "it supports all actions of its government and judicial authorities to clarify the facts, determine the intellectual actors of this criminal act and its sources of funding, as well as guaranteeing peace in the brother country of Colombia ".
The Panamanian Foreign Ministry recalled that the country's president, Juan Carlos Varela, he indicated to his Colombian counterpart that Panama "will continue to work hand in hand with Colombia and the region to redouble its efforts against organized crime and drug trafficking, contribute to the security of the region ". +
the US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, He spoke by telephone with the Colombian president Iván Duque, to express his regret for the terrorist attack against the police school in Bogotá and asked the ELN to "stop all terrorist activities" and free your hostages.
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According to a statement by the US Department of State, Pompeo transmitted to the Duque his "deepest condolences to Colombia and to the relatives and friends of the murdered and wounded".
"The United States supports Colombia in its efforts to bring the perpetrators of this atrocious attack to justice," one said Spokesman of the State Department, Robert Palladino.
He added: "We urge the group to stop all its terrorist activities and free the many innocent people who kidnapped and are currently held hostage," he added.
Moreover, the president of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández, He declared himself "deeply moved" by the terrorist attack and asked the ELN guerrillas to free their hostages.
"We Hondurans are deeply moved by the cowardly terrorist attacks in Colombia, which are very dear brothers and sisters"Hernandez said on Twitter.
In addition, he joined the call of the president of Colombia, Ivan Duque, for "the ELN to release the kidnapped and deploy terrorist acts, which bring pain and grief".