According to the Colombian government, a guerrilla group known as the National Liberation Army (ELN) is to blame for the recent kidnapping of Luis Diaz’s father. This information comes from the Colombian government. The government’s peace mission, which is now in negotiations with the ELN, has formally confirmed that an ELN unit was involved in the kidnapping. The talks with the ELN are currently ongoing.
The government has made it quite apparent that Mr. Luis Manuel Diaz must be released without delay, and that ELN is solely responsible for ensuring that he remains in a secure environment. This concept was emphasized by Otty Patio, who served as the leader of the peace delegation.
A gas station in the town of Barrancas was the location where Liverpool Diaz’s parents were kidnapped by a group of masked men riding motorcycles armed with weapons. The body of Luis Diaz’s father has not been found, but the football player’s mother, Cilenis Marulanda, was rescued by the authorities not long after the kidnapping took place. Thank goodness!
A search and rescue operation involving special forces is presently taking place in a mountainous region that is covered in cloud forest and shares borders with both Venezuela and Colombia. In addition, the authorities are providing a prize of $48,000 to anyone who can provide information that leads to the whereabouts of Diaz’s father.