Colombian President Warns Foreign Firms Against Paying Ransom To Rebels
Mar 11, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Inside Costa Rica
Colombian President Warns Foreign Firms Against Paying Ransom To Rebels Bogota - Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Thursday warned foreign companies operating in the South American country that they will be expelled if they pay ransom money to kidnappers or any other kind of extortions to illegally armed groups.
Potential ransom money will have to go to providing a Security Force for Talisman to protect their investment.
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