| BASQUE terrorist organisation ETA has offered a 'definitive end to all armed confrontation' in exchange for a 'full agreement' covering members in prison and exiled.
The separatist cell, which has been causing destruction in Spain and southern France since the 1970s, says the French and Spanish governments know the exact details of their 'willingness and commitment'.
Already, more than 13 months have passed since ETA announced a permanent ceasefire, but this latest announcement is its sixth official communication since then.
The communication, which will be published in full in Basque newspaper Gara today, includes 'formulas and deadlines' for 'bringing home all imprisoned and exiled [outlawed] Basque politicians', for their own 'disarming' and 'dissolution of armed structures', and for ETA militants to down tools.
ETA says it is 'concerned about the lack of development' on the part of international authorities since it initially announced a ceasefire in October 2011, and has called for them to 'persevere with their efforts to reach a resolution' and 'break this stalemate'.
But Spain's interior ministry says it is only waiting for one communication from ETA – that announcing its permanent ceasefire and dissolution without conditions.