The FARC guerilla group warned Saturday that a peace deal with the Colombian government would not be possible within the agreed-upon six-month window if Bogota backtracks on the current partial deal.
The six-month time frame, which was agreed last month, "will not be viable if the government begins to question the agreements already signed and backtracks on the current progress," Commander Carlos Antonio Lozada, one of the FARC guerrilla group's negotiators, told reporters in Havana. His comments come one day after the resumption of talks, with both sides already disputing details of the historic agreement.
GMT 17:25 2017 Saturday ,29 AprilTurkey dismisses almost 4,000 public officials in new purge wave
GMT 17:24 2017 Saturday ,29 AprilMerkel says 'no one is allied' against Britain
GMT 16:00 2017 Saturday ,29 AprilEU needs 'serious British response' on citizens rights after Brexit
GMT 15:54 2017 Saturday ,29 AprilMerkel: 'no one is allied' against Britain
GMT 11:46 2017 Saturday ,29 AprilEU leaders 'unanimously' adopt Brexit guidelines
GMT 10:25 2017 Saturday ,29 AprilFrance's Hollande says Britain must pay price for Brexit
GMT 10:09 2017 Saturday ,29 April24 dead in Kyrgyz landslide: emergencies ministry
GMT 10:07 2017 Saturday ,29 AprilFrench candidate Le Pen announces eurosceptic PM pick, if elected