FARC also denounced the killing of Mario Tellez, an ex-combatant who died after unknown gunmen shot him to death in the Santander department on Monday.
So far, 201 former guerrilla fighters have been killed since 2016. On June 10, FARC denounced this situation to UN High Commissioner Michele Bachelet.
Human rights defenders have also denounced the inaction of Colombia's President Ivan Duque to halt the killings of social leaders.
Colombia’s Institute for Peace and Development Studies (Indepaz) reports 47 native community leaders, 137 social leaders, and 25 ex-combatants have been killed so far in 2020, most of them in mandatory quarantine due to COVID-19.