‘Eta decries end of Oslo talks and vows to continue its dialogue and agenda’

Published on 27 March 2013 at 11:25


The daily, which is close to the left-wing Basque independence movement, publishes a press release in which the terrorist group warns against the “negative consequences” of the Spanish government’s refusal to negotiate.
The initiative follows Norway’s decision to expel three senior members of Eta who enjoyed diplomatic protection in the country — a move the group described as an "obvious step backwards" which could "cause delay and make the resolution of the conflict more difficult."
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy responded by insisting that the definitive dissolution of the terrorist group was the only possible solution.


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