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nnu more between the Colombian government and extent of partnership nearing an end president Juan Manuel Santos and was legal and doing commander of the revolutionary armed forces of Colombia and Wednesday pledging peace within six months , if you guys have been engaged in talks in Cuba for nearly three years later downtrodden in Havana where the historic agreement , it wasn't very important as host , a place where the rebel can feel safe , come and go the government can come and go in past experiences in Colombia it's been more difficult terrain security and a place where both sides could feel comfortable in any ethnic oceanic cable , Clark considered a terrorist group by the United States and the European Union emerged from the nineteen fifties Marxist inspired peasant movement demanding land reform somewhere between the gravel and Colombia's government has resulted in two hundred and twenty thousand deaths , I can imagine after fifty years of fighting each other , besides I really don't like each other forgiven forced to come together by certain , it's hard to say exactly what what it was that , brought into this agreement but they have been taking a lot of pressure from their own president time does and from the rebels themselves who really are tired of war and want to be over