Tuesday, February 26, 2008

FARC Detainee Wife Warns Colombia

Caracas, Feb 26 (Prensa Latina) Angela Rodriguez de Perez, wife of former Colombian congressman, Luis Eladio Perez, demanded careful governmental assistance in the liberation of four persons in the hands of FARC rebels in this country.

Rodriguez told Colombian authorities that they should demonstrate seriousness and comply with the promise of preventing military actions in the area where the detainees must be handed over to Caracas authorities.

The wife of the former congressman participated in a press conference where Venezuelan minister of foreign relations and justice, Ramon Rodriguez Chacin exposed the presence of more than eight thousand soldiers in the region.

Chacin and chancellor Nicolas Maduro informed that their government has the coordinates for the liberation of the four former congresspersons detained by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.

The insurgent group announced the liberation of Orlando Beltran, Luis Eladio Perez, Luis Grechem and Gloria Polanco in recognition of the mediation of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and senator Piedad Cordoba.

The Colombian insurgents freed this year the former congresswoman Consuelo Gonzales and former vice presidential candidate, Clara Rojas, after Colombian president had rejected Chavez mediation for a humanitarian agreement.

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