The Colombian government and FARC rebels have agreed to sign a revised peace agreement on Thursday in Bogota.
The revised pact has incorporated changes sought by those who had voted down the original document in the October 2 referendum.
It would be subject to ratification by the Congress, the negotiators said on Tuesday after a meeting.
President Juan Manuel Santos and FARC Commander Rodrigo Londoño Echeverry, better known as Timochenko, would sign the accord at Teatro Colon, here, said a joint statement.
"The consolidation of peace requires that we advance firmly toward the implementation of the accords allowing us to surmount so many years of conflict in Colombia," the statement said.