Tag: Juan Manuel Santos

Santos oversees along with his Cabinet reconstruction of Mocoa

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President Juan Manuel Santos is located in Mocoa, capital of the Department of Putumayo to inspect the reconstruction of the area along with his Cabinet and work teams.

Santos: Today the bodies of victims of Mocoa will be delivered

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Those affected by the flood in Mocoa, Putumayo, will be relocated when defining the new zoning.

Politicians linked to corruption are today March in Colombia

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Uribe has no moral authority to protest corruption, say critics on April 1st March in Colombia.

Juan Manuel Santos will travel to Cuba on Sunday, April 2

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The President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, will travel to Cuba on Sunday, April 2 in order to strengthen the commercial agreements between the two countries

Leaders of the FARC-EP will meet Sunday with Santos

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The delegations of the Colombian Government and the FARC-EP will evaluate how to progress the implementation of the peace agreement.

Colombian Senate decide Monday if there will be special jurisdiction for peace

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“I think that we should vote all the articles this Monday,” said President Santos, for whom “the JEP is the backbone” of the agreement with the FARC-EP.

Santos meets with the Committee in charge of jurisdiction for peace

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The Committee shall also elect the members of the unit responsible for the search for persons who disappeared during the armed conflict.

ELN and Colombian Government installed submesas for peace negotiations

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By means of the first joint statement, parties to conflict required the creation of two submesas to address the social participation and humanitarian actions in the middle of the peace process. 

Venezuela rejects Colombia protest by controversy with Vargas

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Venezuela recalls to Colombia that the statements discriminatory against the people Venezuelan were issued by the second to the command in that country. 

Venezuela rejects protest of Colombia by controversial with Vargas

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Venezuela reminded Colombia that discriminatory statements against the Venezuelan people were emitted by the second-in-command in that country.