4 Cuban and Norwegian guarantors accompany Colombia peace process: Report .
Wednesday, 05 September 2012 08:39 Joey O'Gorman
Colombian media reported Wednesday that there will be two Cuban and two Norwegian guarantors in the peace negotiations between the government of Colombia and the FARC.
While Cuban and Norwegian governments have not confirmed, Radio Caracol named the delegates who will supposedly be involved in the peace talks formally begun by Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos on Tuesday.
Cuban delegates are Carlos Fernandez de Cossio, Ambassador to Canada during the 1990s, and Abel Garcia, reportedly heavily involved in the union sector of that country.
The first guarantor for the Norwegian government was reported to be Dag Halvor Nylander. A lawyer who was a Special Envoy for the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and was Head of Mission in the Norwegian Embassy in Bogota from 2006- 2008. Nylander also worked as the delegate for his country in the U.N. in New York, and in the Buenos Aires embassy.
1. This could be a good opportunity for President O to reign in the DEA.
Hundreds of "cronies" are raking in million$ and the true FARC may no longer be an umbrella for the cartels providing the products that fuel the DEA corruption.
The Yucatan Maya gained control of two vital power plants to gain a treaty with Fox in Mexico. I wonder is the Native FARC have managed a similar bartering chip to block the violent, racist onslaught of the latino population?
Don't drive an electric car and use a reusable grocery bag to save the planet, do it to show your love and respect for what is dying. You won't regret it.