Ten Colombian troopers were killed by Farc revolts in southwestern Cauca region on Wednesday, the military said, notwithstanding a four-month-old one-sided truce proclaimed by the gathering in the midst of peace converses with the legislature.
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc) have been in peace transactions with the legislature for over two years.
The gathering pronounced the truce in December and a week ago President Juan Manuel Santos extended a stop to shelling strikes in distinguishment of their consistence.
A few media analysts said the occasions could toss into uncertainty the truce and may spell an end to an administration stop to shelling assaults on guerrilla camps.
The armed force “censures this demonstration, whose creators were the narco-terrorists of the fourth commission of the Miller Perdomo portable section of the Farc,” General Mario Valencia told writers.
He included nine warriors were injured. Santos said through Twitter that he was counseling with military authorities and would go to the area.
“I am with the military administration counseling about the occasions,” Santos said. “I will go to the zone today.”
“This is precisely the war that we need to end.”