Peru pronounced a 60-day highly sensitive situation on its Colombian outskirt to guarantee security from the hazard of medication trafficking in a district.
According to a report distributed in the Voice of America, Peru President Martin Vizcarra said the choice was taken due to the “security issues” made by Colombian subjects crossing the outskirt and it is was imperative to “restore the state’s quality.”
The highly sensitive situation has been pronounced in Peru’s Amazonian region of Putumayo, which is isolated from Colombia by the waterway of a similar name.
The president educated the primary watch was completed by the Peru police and military in a joint effort with their Colombian partners.
Five helicopters and three planes were utilized as a part of the principal joint task and 50 individuals were captured.
“In excess of 50 individuals were captured, the vast majority of them Colombians associated with illegal medication trafficking,” he affirmed.
“We’re firm, we’re clear, we will protect our sway and our region,” included Vizcarra.