“Friends, we are working out the latest details of the releases. Monday at noon the operation begins and I will leave for Brazil,” the former senator said on her Twitter.
According to the Red Cross, the first actual release is planned to take place on Wednesday.
Red Cross delegate to Colombia Christophe Beney told press that members of the Red Cross and Cordoba will first pick up council member Marcos Vaquero in the south of Colombia and return him to the city of Villavicencio.
On Friday, the helicopters will pick up council member Armando Acuña and marine Henry Lopez and bring them to Florencia.
The last two hostages, police major Guillermo Solorzano and soldier Salin Antonio Sanmiguel, will “hopefully” be picked up the following weekend and be brought to the city of Ibague before Monday.
“If there’s no surprises, this will be the order of the operation,” Beney said.
The FARC promised to release the five captives on December 8.