Thank you, Mr. Solano.
Ms. Moore, I get the impression that we are being asked to trust all kinds of people, but that we are not being given evidence to support what they are asking us to believe. Without becoming partisan, I'll believe it when I see it. Personally, I have to see something to believe it, but I have the impression that my colleagues on the government side say that you have to first believe and then see. I find that's a bit rich.
I can show you the part of the report on human rights, which was presented last week. It's a bit much to ask us to believe that everything is going well. Based on the description provided by Mr. Solano, the flower industry in Colombia is like a Club Med where well-dressed workers work in fabulous conditions, but I am rather doubtful of that. When I watch European media reports on this industry, I do not find them very reassuring.
Could the reason there was no report be because it was so troubling that it could have called our agreement with Colombia into question?