The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) announced through a statement released yesterday that after tomorrow the French journalist Roméo Langlois, captured last month by the guerrilla group.
The Front 15 of FARC released the information on the website of the blocks and Martin Knight Ivan Rios, a three-point short note dated May 26 in the "mountains of Colombia."
"The release of French journalist Roméo Langlois will be held on Wednesday 30 May," says the note, which states that the coordinates of the site of delivery will be provided "timely humanitarian mission composed of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC ), [the former Colombian senator] Piedad Córdoba and the French delegate "who has been appointed by President François Hollande to perform that operation.
In previous communications, the FARC had set a requirement that the commission was formed by representatives of the ICRC, for Cordoba, who helped release more than 20 hostages, and a delegate of the French government, who has been appointed and whose name still is unknown.
Third, the rebels said they were "waiting to see about the release of the security protocols necessary for the success of the operation" because "all those involved in the release should be surrounded with certain guarantees to the physical integrity" .
Not yet known where in the country Langlois may be reunited with his family, but apparently it is a fact that the rescue operation will be simpler and easier to coordinate than before.
Langlois's captivity began on April 28, when guerrillas ambushed the battalion that came in and began journalistic work lengthy fighting in a village of rural Montanita municipality in Caqueta (South).