27 Sep
Early ceasefire top priority at peace talks: Think tank | Colombia Reports 
By Esteban Manriquez 
Achieving a bilateral ceasefire in the early phase of negotiations should be a top priority at the peace talks between the government, the armed forces and FARC, said the International Crisis Group Tuesday.
In a briefing titled “Colombia: Peace at Last?”, the International Crisis Group (ICG), an NGO which focuses on the resolution of violent conflicts around the world, called on all parties to, “achieve a bilateral ceasefire in an early phase of negotiations.” ICG argued military restraint from both sides was critical to minimising risk of destabilising the peace talks.
FULL ARTICLE (Colombia Reports)
Photo: bixentro/Flickr

Early ceasefire top priority at peace talks: Think tank | Colombia Reports 

By Esteban Manriquez 

Achieving a bilateral ceasefire in the early phase of negotiations should be a top priority at the peace talks between the government, the armed forces and FARC, said the International Crisis Group Tuesday.

In a briefing titled “Colombia: Peace at Last?”, the International Crisis Group (ICG), an NGO which focuses on the resolution of violent conflicts around the world, called on all parties to, “achieve a bilateral ceasefire in an early phase of negotiations.” ICG argued military restraint from both sides was critical to minimising risk of destabilising the peace talks.

FULL ARTICLE (Colombia Reports)

Photo: bixentro/Flickr

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