Salvadoran Government Sends Soldiers to the Border to Combat Insecurity

Salvadoran Government Sends Soldiers to the Border to Combat Insecurity

By Geraldine Cook
June 30, 2010

The government of El Salvador deployed a total of one thousand soldiers Monday to guard sixty-two “identified” illegal crossing points along the country’s borders, in order to combat the passage of drugs and arms and prevent the entry of criminal organizations, an official source announced.

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