bogota - The Colombian government and FARC reach for July 20 an agreement to put an end to the longest conflict in Latin America.
That said Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Monday (local time).
'I think that for July 20 should be possible to conclude the negotiations in Havana and from there begins a new era for the country, '' Santos said after a cabinet meeting. Since 2012 the two Parties in the Cuban capital negotiations. About a number of issues the parties have already agreed.
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The fifty-year conflict in Colombia has claimed over 220 000 lives.