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The four, whose names are not identified, are in good health, though one was in a wheelchair, and will receive additional physical checkups in the capital Bogota, the embassy said. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos hailed the release of the hostages, saying he had spoken with Chinese Ambassador Wang Xiaoyuan, "and I want to celebrate the release of the four Chinese nationals.
Kidnapping is something that should not happen again ever. They were released Wednesday night. They slept at a hotel in the town of San Vicente del Caguan, Caqueta, and were flown to Bogota Thursday on a plane chartered by the Chinese embassy. Ambassador Wang said they would be flown to China Friday.
Red Cross delegation head Jordi Raich said one of the released captives has "mobility problems," but "the other three are in general well. The four Chinese hostages worked for Emerald Energy oil company, a subsidiary of the Chinese firm Sinochem, but headquartered in London.
The day they were kidnapped, they were traveling by highway from San Vicente accompanied by a Colombian driver.
At least seven people who were heavily armed forced them to stop and took them captive, releasing the driver, who reported the kidnapping, hours later. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia FARC , a rebel group, is believed to be responsible for the kidnapping, though FARC maintains that it stopped kidnapping, for political or economic motives, more than a year ago, and holds no more hostages.