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Petro accuses the FARC dissidents of the ambush that leaves four soldiers dead in Cauca

Colombian President Gustavo Petro – CHEPA BELTRAN / ZUMA PRESS / CONTACT PHOTO

The president of Colombia, Gustavo Petro, has accused this Tuesday the ‘Jaime Martinez’ column of the dissidents of the missing FARC guerrilla of the ambush that ended the lives of four soldiers and left another six wounded in the Cauca municipality of Buenos Aires (southwest).

The attack took place in the Munchique village, where there is evidence that this column of FARC dissidents operates. The soldiers were surprised by the launch of grenades and improvised explosives, known as tatucos, reports the RCN radio station.

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Petro has convened an extraordinary security council and has stressed that the Army “will not abandon the area” and will remain in the affected area, which has some of the main drug trafficking routes and other illegal markets to access the Pacific.

When questioned about the possibility of establishing a dialogue with this armed organization, Petro remarked that the only process that currently exists in this sense is the one being carried out with the guerrillas of the National Liberation Army (ELN), not with the dissidents of the FARC, with which only “has been discussed about a possibility”.

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