哥伦比亚政府与反叛组织启动和谈 Colombia, FARC Seek End to Conflict

19 November, 2012

哥伦比亚和左翼的哥伦比亚革命武装力量星期一在哈瓦那举行会谈,争取结束拉丁美洲持续时间最长的叛乱。

自从上一轮谈判于2002年破裂以来,双方的首轮和谈上月在挪威正式启动。

哥伦比亚政府官员说,他们希望在几个月、而不是几年内与反政府武装力量达成一项协议。

有报道说,谈判代表们的主要议题是五点日程,即土地改革、签订和平协议后反政府武装的潜在政治权益、非法毒品交易、解除武装以及对冲突受难者的赔偿。

Colombia and the leftist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, sit down together Monday in Havana for talks aimed at ending Latin America's longest running insurgency.

The peace talks, the first since the last round of negotiations collapsed in 2002, formally began last month in Norway.

Colombian government officials say they want to reach an agreement with the rebels in a matter of months, not years.

Negotiators are reported to be focusing on a five-point agenda - land reform, the potential political rights of the rebel group once a peace agenda is signed, the illegal drug trade, disarmament, and compensation for conflict victims.