RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peru on Tuesday, January 26th, deployed armored vehicles along its border with Ecuador, the military said, in a bid to stop an influx of undocumented migrants from further north.
The Joint Command of the Peruvian Armed Forces said on Twitter that after a meeting with the Ecuadorian military, it decided to “strengthen control measures” in the coming days for “blocking the entry of illegal immigrants.”
The city of Tumbes in northern Peru is the main point of entry for migrants from Venezuela who cross Colombia and Ecuador trying to get to countries further south on the . . .