In January, Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos met with President Obama hoping the U.S. would suspend drug warrants against guerrilla commanders and remove the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia from a list of terrorist groups to help cinch a peace deal with Latin America’s insurgency.
In January, Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos met with President Obama hoping the U.S. would suspend drug warrants against guerrilla commanders and remove the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia from a list of terrorist groups to help cinch a peace deal with Latin America’s insurgency. AP
In January, Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos met with President Obama hoping the U.S. would suspend drug warrants against guerrilla commanders and remove the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia from a list of terrorist groups to help cinch a peace deal with Latin America’s insurgency. AP

Ambassador: Colombia is a regional powerhouse, but peace must be secured

June 20, 2016 2:49 PM