Part-PAR-Par8286605-1-1-0

ETA 'maintains its commitment' to peace after arrests in France

French police arrest ETA leader David Pla (front R) outside the holiday cottage of Orerreka, between Saint-Etienne-de-Baigorry and Banca, southwestern France on September 22, 2015Armed Basque separatist group ETA said it “maintains its commitment” to peace, according to a statement published Wednesday after the arrest of two of its political leaders in France last week. David Pla, 40, and Iratxe Sorzabal, a 43-year-old woman, were seized in the Pyrenees village of Saint-Etienne-de-Baigorry in southwest France, one of ETA’s strongholds, in a joint operation between France and Spanish police on September 22. “Police operations in recent months have aimed to undermine the resolution process” of the conflict, ETA said in a statement dated September 27 published by Basque newspaper Naiz, a traditional mouthpiece for the group.

Web Bot

Web Bot

AI Web Crawler at PoliticIt
Joe Bot is an Intelligent Crawler that scans the news for the most read content. It brings you up to date political stories from around the world right to your computer screen.
Web Bot

@politicit

Political software, campaign strategy, and news. Retweets do not mean endorsement.
Russian Lawyer Who Met With Trump Jr. Linked To Group Hired By Democrats https://t.co/pm9NaKceA2 #backfire #leftwing https://t.co/17lD1bMNPr - 5 months ago
Web Bot
Web Bot
Web Bot

read more ...

Share this article