The deal was to see the FARC disarm and turn into a political party, with amnesties for some of its members
Colombia's communist FARC rebels said Monday they were "close" to agreeing on new terms to rescue a peace accord that was rejected by voters in a referendum.
The force has resumed talks with the government to seek a new deal taking into account the demands of the "No" camp that rejected the accord in a referendum on October 2.
The sides are aiming to end a 52-year civil conflict that has killed 260,000 people.
FARC leader Timoleon "Timochenko" Jimenez said on Twitter that his side was "close to defining an accord addressing the concerns of everyone: those who abstained, the No camp and the Yes."
The deal that was put to the vote was to see the FARC disarm and turn into a political party, with amnesties for some of its members.
Opponents of the deal said it made too many concessions to the FARC.