After four years of peace talks that ended in 2016, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, has handed over 7,132 weapons in the past few months, according to the United Nation mission that certified the process.
United Nations mission chief Jean Arnault, meanwhile, confirmed that 6,803 FARC fighters had turned in "the entirety of the FARC's registered individual arms" - a total of 7,132 weapons.
Here are five key elements of the peace accord that the sides say will end Latin America's oldest civil conflict.
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Santos signed an initial peace accord with the FARC on September 26 in an elaborate ceremony attended by several heads of state, but voters rejected the deal a week later in a referendum by a razor-thin margin. FARC leaders are also committed to implementing with the government a crop substitution plan that will pay peasant farmers to eradicate illegal coca crops in areas the rebel group once dominated. Most of Colombia's homicides have no direct relationship to the guerrillas, and even before the peace deal violence related to the conflict had fallen to the lowest level in decades.
Rodrigo Londono, the FARC's top commander, complained about the bureaucratic, legal and political "traps" in a sternly worded speech in which he called on the government to live up to its end of the bargain and not simply rejoice at seeing its former combat enemies disarmed.
The historic step was taken as President Juan Manuel Santos traveled to this demobilization camp in Colombia's eastern jungles to join guerrilla leaders as they begin their transition to civilian life. Nearly every guerrilla at the Mariana Paez camp recalled the decade-long bloodletting that followed a previous attempt at peace in the 1980s, when as many 3,000 members of a FARC-aligned political party were gunned down by right-wing paramilitary assassins, sometimes in cahoots with state intelligence services. It left 260,000 people confirmed dead, more than 60,000 missing and 7 million displaced.
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Santos says he wants to seal a "complete peace" by reaching a deal with the country's last active rebel group, the leftist National Liberation Army (ELN). The FARC has pledged to use its assets to compensate victims.
There are also worries over the fate of territory and drug-trafficking operations that were previously controlled by the Farc. That was blamed on a fringe extremist group, the Revolutionary People's Movement (MRP).
The FARC launched its uprising in 1964 to fight for land rights and protection for poor rural communities.
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When Timochenko spoke, he said that the Farc had not failed Colombia, because they had handed over their weapons.