President Juan Manuel Santos is putting Colombia’s armed forces on the same level as terrorists by allowing the military to negotiate a bilateral ceasefire with rebel group FARC, former President Full Article »
Diplomatic relations between Colombia and Venezuela have cooled down to its lowest point since 2010 as the fallout from the arrest of the mayor of the Venezuelan capital continues to spread.
The political battle between Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and his predecessor, Alvaro Uribe, has reached a record low after the head of state implied the “extreme right” opposition leader is “using fascist Full Article »
Former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe on Monday showed that the government had paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to media corporations to promote ongoing peace talks with the FARC. Turns out that Full Article »
Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday defused diplomatic tensions with Colombia that had risen after the latter had called for the release of a Venezuelan opposition leader.
Rebel group FARC needs to take greater actions for peace in order to achieve the de-escalation of violence and bilateral ceasefire, said the head of the government’s negotiating team in Full Article »
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos announced on Wednesday that he has given orders to government negotiators to prioritize talks with rebel group FARC over a bilateral and indefinite ceasefire.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said on Thursday that the national government “appreciates” a unilateral ceasefire announced by the FARC, but does not accept the rebels’ condition of international observers to verify the Full Article »
President Juan Manuel Santos can count on the approval of 56% of Colombia’s citizens, while 42% disapproves of his policies, according to pollster CNC. Other recent polls have claimed almost opposite numbers.
Palestinian representatives on Sunday welcomed Colombia’s decision to elevate Palestine’s status to “diplomatic mission,” but asked the South American country to fully recognize statehood of the territory occupied by neighboring Israel.