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Columbia pushed a modified version of the peace agreement Santos called on parties to compromise – Beijing, Beijing, November 14, according to foreign media reports, the government of Columbia and the country’s largest anti-government armed "revolutionary armed forces of Columbia" (FARC) recently released the revised version of the peace agreement. Earlier referendum, rejected the peace agreement aimed at ending the 52 year civil war. Both the government and the revolutionary army said that the determination and desire for peace remain unchanged. According to reports, the Columbia peace process in Norway and guarantee Cuban diplomats read the joint statement said: "the two sides have reached a final agreement new, including changes and clarify part, some new content and a number of social organizations." The United States welcomed the revised version of the peace agreement and promised to continue to support the implementation of the peace agreement. FARC and Colombian President Santos (Juan Manuel Santos) government has met several times since 22 last month, struggling to save the peace agreement that had taken time to negotiate hard for over 4 years. Voters in Columbia in the last 2 referendum, rejected the peace agreement upset Santos and FARC, the reason is too lenient with FARC. The new peace agreement is signed by the government of Columbia and the revolutionary armed forces in cuba. Columbia’s president Santos in Bogota commented that he believes that the peace agreement revised peace agreement is more perfect. He also pointed out that in order to achieve true peace, every citizen in Columbia should make a corresponding compromise. It is reported that Santos had previously said that the first peace agreement is also a good peace agreement. According to the Columbia government signed with the revolutionary leader Mar Ghez de la Garr, a new peace agreement put forward a reliable path to follow. Columbia President Santos also met with former President Alvaro Uribe, introduced the new peace agreement to him. Uribe is opposed to the peace agreement front leader. The current President Alvaro Uribe urged before the implementation of the peace agreement, should listen to the voices of the victims and the civil war in Columbia. In the civil war in Columbia, a total of 260 thousand people were killed, 7 million people were displaced, and 45000 were missing. Columbia’s government has yet to open talks with another rebel group, the National Liberation Army (PLA), which has said it wants to join the peace process, but is still holding a hostage. Columbia National Liberation Army first release the hostages, and then start the scheduled end of October opening negotiations.相关的主题文章: