LIMA, March 3 (Xinhua) -- Peruvian President Alan
Garcia said Monday that Colombia's incursion into the Ecuadorian territory to
attack Colombian rebels was "unacceptable," calling on the Organization of
American States to clarify what anti-terror measures are appropriate.
Garcia said he would not allow such a thing to happen
in Peru, adding that Colombia has clearly violated international laws.
"There should be a clear commitment that none
intervenes inside another nation's territory," he said.
Ecuador broke off diplomatic relations with Colombia
on Monday, 48 hours after Colombian police and military officials killed rebels
from that nation's largest rebel group, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of
Colombia (FARC), at a camp in Ecuador 3 km from the border.
Ecuador says the Colombian military aircraft
trespassed at least 10 km from the border.
The raid killed 21 FARC fighters, including Edgar
Devia, better known by his alias Raul Reyes, FARC's No. 2 official and the
organization's official spokesman.
Ecuador's army sent troops on Monday to its northern
border with Colombia to boost security.