Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa asked Colombia to specify where the FARC has camps on Ecuadorean territory so they can be dismantled.
On Tuesday, Colombian Defense Minister Gabriel Silva Lujan said the Marxist rebels are still active on Ecuadorean territory and have several camps south of the Colombian border.
“I will provide you with accurate information on the presence of FARC camps in their country, and I hope this information receives decisive action because we’re sure that is also what President Correa and his entire government desires,” said Silva Luján.
“Let them tell us where they are and we catch them,” Correa responded to journalsits in Caracas Wednesday, where he was visiting Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.
The Ecuadorean Head of State did ask the Colombian Government to give information that is “correct and precise.”
“We can work together like we always have,” the leftist leader added.
Colombia and Ecuador and in the process of improving bilateral relations that got strain after Colombia bombed a FARC camp in Ecuador in March 2008.