Leaders of the FARC-EP will meet Sunday with Santos

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Iván Márquez and Carlos Antonio Lozada are part of the insurgent delegation. | Photo: @FARC_EPueblo

Leaders of the armed forces revolutionary of Colombia – army of the Pueblo (FARC-EP) announced that they will hold a meeting with President Juan Manuel Santos on Sunday in Cartagena.
The meeting is to assess the implementation of the peace agreement signed in November last year, indicated the FARC-EP on Twitter.

#AhoraFARC | Now they travel to Cartagena members of the Secretariat of @FARC_EPueblo to meet with @JuanManSantos. pic.twitter.com/rKPSNgEv8P – FARC-EP (@FARC_EPueblo) March 24, 2017 Iván Márquez and Carlos Antonio Lozada insurgent leaders are part of the delegation that traveled to Cartagena.
The Colombian Government, for its part, reported that it is a meeting “to make an assessment of how will the implementation (of the peace agreement) and make decisions to accelerate”. He pointed out that delegations will meet separately this Saturday then meet on Sunday.
President Juan Manuel Santos has not confirmed his attendance at the meeting in Cartagena.
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