The indigenous community also has something to say about the Peace-Deal process in Colombia.
The U'wa indigenous community and Bari, whose indigenous reserve and ancestral territory is in Cubará (Boyacá) and boundaries between Arauca and Norte de Santander, made presence in Bogotá to tell the national government and the FARC, the need for the implementation of the peace agreement.
Yimmy Aguablanca, a member of the U'wa indigenous council said that "there are 102 indigenous people concentrated in the Ninth Congress of the National Indigenous Organization of Colombia, which mobilized us to celebrate the resistance of the indigenous peoples of Latin America and demand the continued implementation of the peace process."
They indicated that this hike is done on behalf of "victims of armed conflict, to demand the ability to weave a present and a better future so that there is not a victim of the armed conflict in Colombia".
The mobilization came from 26th Street up to the National University, then came to the Cra. 30, he went to the Calle 45 until reaching the Carrera 7th, went through the Center District memory, the Planetarium and ended in the Plaza de Bolivar in Bogota.
In that place the peaceful demonstration with its own symbolic and cultural event of indigenous peoples, where reconciliation were asked to "cease war and peace flourish" in the country closed.