Problem using "diffeqpy" package on Colab

I’m unable to import the “diffeqpy” which is the python base pack for the DifferentialEquation.jl on Google Colab. can anyone help?

this is the error I receive trying to " from diffeqpy import de" :

UnsupportedPythonError                    Traceback (most recent call last)
<ipython-input-17-f29d4c8cdeef> in <module>()
----> 1 from diffeqpy import de

8 frames
/usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/julia/ in __init__(self, init_julia, jl_init_path, runtime, jl_runtime_path, debug, **julia_options)
    481             logger.debug("compiled_modules = %r", options.compiled_modules)
    482             if not (options.compiled_modules == "no" or is_compatible_python):
--> 483                 raise UnsupportedPythonError(jlinfo)
    485             self.api.init_julia(options)

UnsupportedPythonError: It seems your Julia and PyJulia setup are not supported.

Julia executable:
Python interpreter and libpython used by PyCall.jl:
Python interpreter used to import PyJulia and its libpython.

Your Python interpreter "/usr/bin/python3"
is statically linked to libpython.  Currently, PyJulia does not fully
support such Python interpreter.

The easiest workaround is to pass `compiled_modules=False` to `Julia`
constructor.  To do so, first *reboot* your Python REPL (if this happened
inside an interactive session) and then evaluate:

    >>> from julia.api import Julia
    >>> jl = Julia(compiled_modules=False)

Another workaround is to run your Python script with `python-jl`
command bundled in PyJulia.  You can simply do:

    $ python-jl PATH/TO/YOUR/

See `python-jl --help` for more information.

For more information, see: