BOGOTA (Reuters) – Colombia’s government and FARC rebels will resume peace talks on Monday, the chief government negotiator said, a day after both sides cast doubt on the process by suspending negotiations.
President Juan Manuel Santos will send his team back to talks hosted by Cuba after verifying that the FARC was prepared to head back to the negotiating table, former Vice President Humberto de la Calle said on Saturday.
- Colombia Peace Talks Suspended After FARC Call for Pause (voanews.com)
- Farc calls ‘pause’ in Colombia talks (bbc.co.uk)
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- FARC kills 13 Colombian soldiers ahead of talks (voxxi.com)