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is currently working to set up a Casa de Justicia in San Vicente de Caguan, the main urban area in the former demilitarized zone.
20, when the latest authorization of the demilitarized zone expires.
troops back from the demilitarized zone, but that would merely expose the deployment's lack of purpose.
1, legislators of the opposition Partido Liberal questioned the government's peace effort with the FARC and the purpose of the demilitarized zone.
Jorge Enrique Mora, who implied criticism of the government when he attacked the FARC for engaging in peace talks in the southern demilitarized zone while "destroying the country.
government goes on record opposing cease-fire zones and demilitarized zones, it becomes clear that Washington prefers war to peace.
The Council welcomed in its statement the formation of the technical team to complete the demarcation of the boundary of the demilitarized zone, praising the commitment of the governments of Sudan and Southern Sudan to what would be reached by the technical team consisting of the two parties.
Mbeki told reporters after meeting the Sudanese president that he discussed the issue of the demilitarized zone between Sudan and South Sudan and Juba's alleged support to the rebels which the AU committees are probing.
President Barack Obama will visit the Demilitarized Zone that divides the Korean Peninsula on Sunday ahead of the two-day Nuclear Security Summit in Seoul from next Monday, the White House said Tuesday.
The Council also called upon all Member States, in particular Sudan and South Sudan, to ensure the free, unhindered and expeditious movement to and from Abyei and through the Safe Demilitarized Zone of all personnel, equipment, provisions, supplies and other goods, including vehicles, aircraft and spare parts, for the Mission s exclusive and official use.
As part of the cease-fire agreement, a demilitarized zone was created north of the 38th parallel along the final battle line, separating North and South Korea.
BOGOTA -- In a letter posted on his groups website, paramilitary leader Carlos Castano said his men are willing to kill or die to prevent the creation of a demilitarized zone for the guerrilla group ELN.