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Peace talks continue in Havana between Colombian government and rebels
Published on April 29, 2014 Email To Friend    Print Version

HAVANA, Cuba (ACN) -- Representatives of the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC) rebel faction are continuing peace negotiations in Havana in an effort to find a solution to the over 60-year armed conflict prevailing in the South American nation.

The two delegations kicked off the 24th round of talks, which started in November 2012 at Havana's Conventions Center.

The head of the guerrilla delegation, Ivan Marquez, reiterated the need to set up a commission to establish the truth of the conflict, in order to contribute to the fifth point on the agenda, which is related to the victims of the armed conflict.

At present, discussions are focusing on illegal drugs, after the parties reached consensus on issues such as agrarian development and political participation last year. The two delegations are expected to reach compromises on the end of the armed conflict and mechanisms to implement, verify and sign a possible accord that brings a final solution to the Colombian problem.
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