Colombians are celebrating the signing of a ceasefire by the government and the Farc rebel movement, which ended 50 years of civil war.
In the capital, Bogota, people took to the streets, embracing each other and singing the national anthem.
The statement is viewed as one among the last steps before a total peace deal is signed, which is expected within weeks.
The longest- running insurgency in the Western hemisphere left some 220,000 people dead and millions displaced.
Formal peace talks that started in the Cuban capital are capped by Thursday’s announcement in Havana.
But it will not mark the start of the ceasefire, which is only going to begin with the signing of a final treaty.