Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos declared himself “very satisfied” with the meeting he held on Friday with United States President, Barack Obama. The leaders spoke about the pending Free Trade Agreement between the two countries. Santos was one of the five presidents Obama invited for a private discussion in New York after attending the United Nations General Assembly. He revealed that they also discussed ecological issues, after being congratulated by Obama on Colombia military’s success in killing FARC No. 2, “Mono Jojoy”.