Havana, December 16 (RHC)-- The accord signed by the Colombian Revolutionary Armed Forces and the government constitutes a new and significant step in the advancements of efforts for peace. The statement was made by the Cuban warrantor at the peace talks, Rodolfo Benitez, at the signing ceremony, which was attended by Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez.
The latest accord joins others on the talks agenda, such as integral agrarian development policy, political participation and solution to the problems of illegal drugs, said Benitez who added that advancement is also being made on the issue relevant to the end of the conflict.
The agreement signed yesterday refers to victims of the conflict, who have been at the center of a final accord. Delegations of victims attended the negotiations and participated in forums or submitted their proposals, which were crucial for achieving the agreement.
Rodolfo Benitez said that Cuba, as host of the talks and warrantor country along with Norway, will continue to contribute to the achievement of a final accord to end the conflict and build stable and lasting peace in Colombia.
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