The rainy season that began in August is Colombia's worst in 40 years, causing a series of accidents that have already left more than 270 people dead.
The pact is the first significant achievement in nearly two weeks of peace talks in Venezuela.
The aim is to confront criminal groups operating internationally with a focus on various illegal industries, which requires collaboration with other countries, the interior minister said.
President Gustavo Petro's government and leftist guerrilla group, the National Liberation Army, also agreed to invite Brazil, Chile, and Mexico to join Norway, Cuba, and Venezuela as guarantors of process.
"Dialogue between Maduro's government and the Venezuelan opposition [led by Juan Guaido] will resume on the 25th and 26th of November," Colombia's President Gustavo Petro announces.
Talks with leftist guerrillas in Venezuela are part of President Gustavo Petro’s promise to bring "total peace" to Colombia.
Mayor of South American country's second-largest city Medellin attributes "engine failure" as cause of the crash, which left six passengers and two crew members dead.
Two rebel groups have been fighting over control of drug trafficking routes for at least three years.
Resumption of negotiations "will be next Monday, November 21, in the afternoon in the city of Caracas," reads a statement signed by both sides.
US President Joe Biden, who is on a whirlwind trip with stops at the COP27 climate summit in Egypt, ASEAN in Phnom Penh and the G20 summit in Indonesia, referred to Cambodia as Colombia.
Government will give $100 per month to feed children in households headed by women, and subsidise fertilisers used by small-scale farmers, says President Gustavo Petro.
Legislation pushed by President Gustavo Petro, the South American country's first elected leftist president, would raise taxes on upper classes to finance schemes to fight poverty.
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