In two separate interviews, the former senator said the FARC should take advantage of the upcoming release to release all hostages.
Cordoba told newspaper El Tiempo that her peace group Colombians for Peace has begun negotiations with the FARC “to be able to get them all out at once and put an end to this stage of liberations” which the Colombian government has made a condition to start peace talks with the guerrilla group.
According to the former senator, who was dismissed over alleged ties to the guerrilla group, the FARC has still not given the names of all six hostages the rebels promised to release.
The FARC is holding 11 members of the Colombian security forces hostage. Separately, the guerrilla group is holding an unknown number of civilians hostage for extortion purposes.