Correa to Armed Forces: “the ISSFA will not disappear!”

With an energetic speech of clarification President Rafael Correa made to the Armed Forces about the future of their social insurance and their restructuring, the heroic deeds of Cenepa war of 1995 were reminded. In the same way Correa expressed gratitude to commanders who were...

Cenepa War is remembered today after 20 years

After 20 years, the memories of those who took certain decisions during the war with Peru in the area of Cenepa are still alive. Political, military and diplomatic actors recount the events that occurred between late 1994 and early 1995, which mark a historic chapter for Ecuador...
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Government invests in mine dismantlement

With an investment of nearly $ 21 million, the Ecuadorian government provides to dismantle 15.600 antipersonnel landmines in areas near its border with Peru, which remain as “footprints” of the war between the two countries 18 years ago. “We’re talking...
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Heroes and Heroines Act was not approved

QUITO, Ecuador Nearly 200 people, including soldiers and family members protested after the National Assembly Plenary did not approve the amendment to the Law on Recognition of Heroes and Heroines. To control the protesters, a large barrage of tear gas was launched, which did not...
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Cenepa War Veterans Retake Protests

Cenepa Veterans are scheduled today to resume their protest against the current Law of Heroes and Heroines in the Plaza Grande, Quito. Dozens of pasive-service military, who fought in the conflict with Peru in 1995, came back together to demand recognition and to receive the...