Vilalta and Easter morning meeting seven months in the hands of Al Qaeda.
Madrid, June 28 .- Albert Vilalta Catalan Donors Roque Pascual meet tomorrow and seven months in the hands of Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQMI) with uncertainty over whether the efforts being carried out by the Government could bear fruit soon.
Vilalta and Pascual were kidnapped on November 29 in Mauritius when they were in a vehicle of the, fallen earth chips, convoy of NGO, Barcelona Accio Solidarity, the main highway of the country.
Joining them was captured his companion Alicia Gamez, who the kidnappers was released on 10 March.
The Government continues to make efforts with prudence and discretion and in cooperation with the countries of the region, especially Mauritania and Mali, where it is suspected that the two may be cooperating., sto credits,
The only information that was provided in recent weeks is that there is evidence that Vilalta and Pascual "are good", although no evidence was found in graphics that you can see his health.
Vilalta was shot in the leg during his capture, but was treated during their captivity.
The chief executive, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, assured on Thursday, global agenda credits, 24 during her visit to Libya that the release of the two members of Barcelona Accio Solidarity is the "highest priority" of his foreign policy.
The Government continues to work with the conviction that Pascual Vilalta and will be released, while accepting the "difficulty" of the process to fruition in the near future, according to sources.
After the release of Alicia Gamez fed hopes for a speedy resolution of the case of his two companions, "circumstances have changed" and the prospects are not so optimistic, flushed from the government.
The North African branch of Al Qaeda has been demanding the release of prisoners connected with your network that are in Mauritania and Mali to free European hostages, as happened with the case Camatte Frenchman Pierre, whom I release on 23 February.
The countries of the Sahel region, on the initiative of Algeria, they agreed that would be inflexible with these demands and the refusal of payment of ransom, considering that these roads do not help fight terrorism.
Among the steps taken by the Government in the last days, are the visits that the Foreign Minister, Miguel Angel Moratinos, made during the month of June to Mauritania and Burkina Faso, where he met with their respective presidents.
The Executive keeps families informed of donors and NGOs.