The delegations of the Colombian government and FARC officially started with the peace process in a small locality in Hurdal, located at the north of Oslo, Norway. According to a source of the Colombian government the ambiance of the both sides is “respectful and sympathetic.”
Norwegian authorities pointed out that the members of the dialogue board between the Colombian government and FARC will move on to La Habana, Cuba. Both sides stated that the negotiations of specific subjects would begin on November 15, in the Central American Island.
The peace process in the government of the Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos and FARC has several stages that have begun successfully in Oslo. This is a historical moment for Colombia, after three decades of failed attempts to put an end to the drug army. AV