Colombia: FARC dissidents willing to start peace agreement with Petro’s government

The rebel group's announcement was made by insurgent leader Néstor Gregorio Vera, known by the aliases of "Iván Lozada" or "Iván Mordisco", who in a video indicated that he would be the FARC's main negotiator. However, the government said that this insurgent leader was killed last month, and the video was recorded before his death.

The guerrillas of the dissidents of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) announced today that they are willing to start peace negotiations with the government of President-elect Gustavo Petro.

"The FARC has proposed, by conception and conviction, the political solution to the violence unleashed . . .

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