Chile begins construction of a second border trench on the border with Bolivia

The new construction, which began Monday, complements the trench in the border area between Colchane and Pisiga (Bolivia) on Chile's northern border that was serviced a few weeks ago.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chilean Interior and Public Security Minister Rodrigo Delgado announced Saturday (5) the construction of a new trench at the Colchane customs border complex to curb the migration crisis and drug trafficking in the northern macrozone.

The new construction, which began Monday, complements the trench in the border area between Colchane and Pisiga (Bolivia) on Chile's northern border that was serviced a few weeks ago.

In this regard, Delgado explained that "as we had already indicated, maintenance was carried out on the 600-meter trench on the border with Bolivia and that it is a trench . . .

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