Caquetá: death toll from combat in San José de fragua rises to eleven

Caquetá: death toll from combat in San José de fragua rises to eleven
Caquetá: death toll from combat in San José de fragua rises to eleven

Residents, desperate due to the growing violence, have sought refuge in neighboring communities and requested help. Saturday schools have closed their doors to protect students and educational staff, fearing that the violence will spread to urban areas.

Violence in Caquetá is constantly increasing, the Ombudsman, Carlos Camargo Assis, assured that the communities reported that they have not been able to leave their homes for fear of the intensification of armed actions and the presence of lifeless bodies on the roads. rural.

For his part, Camilo Gónzalez Posso, the government’s chief negotiator at the Peace Dialogue Table with the Blocks of the Central General Staff, reaffirmed that the communities are the most affected.

“This horrible massacre in San José de la fragua is a very serious situation with many dead from the confrontation of a fraction of what was the Carolina Ramírez and is now called the Raúl Reyes front with the border commands… in the end it affects the indigenous and peasant communities directly with what is being advanced at the negotiation table with more than 3,000 delegates from the Community Action Board and Associations,” he concluded.

Given this fact, the Army confirmed that they carried out movements of military personnel in order to provide security in the sector and continue with offensive military operations “against these illegal armed structures that do so much damage to the people of Caqueteño.”


#Colombia

 
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