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| 1/6/2009 12:00:00 AM

Colombian government hopes the FARC will keep its word and free hostages

The government is still waiting for the FARC to free the hostages as they announced last December. Juan Manuel Santos, the Minister of Defense, assured the government is not going to interfere and will help as much as it can to bring the hostages back home.

²We hope they say where the hostages are, give us the coordinates and the government will provide everything for the International Committee of the Red Cross to go and fetch them², the minister said.

Santos denied any military actions that may obstruct the release and said that the possibility of taking the hostages to a third country, as they did last year with the ones who flew to Venezuela, is not an option.

The Colombian government declared that the only organization enabled to take part in the process is the International Committee of the Red Cross and discarded an intervention by international delegates.

The rebel group announced last December it would unilaterally free six hostages, among them former provincial deputy of Valle del Cauca, Sigifredo López, and former governor of Meta province, Alan Jara.
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