Peru and Ecuador agree to cease-fire, Brazil says

Peru and Ecuador agreed Monday to a cease-fire in their six-day-old war, the Brazilian Foreign Ministry announced. The cease-fire was requested by the United States, Argentina, Brazil, and Chile, the joint guarantors of a 1942 peace treaty between Peru and Ecuador, whose ambassadors were awaiting cease-fire confirmation here awaiting cease-fire accepted an observers' commission to be formed by military attaches of the four guarantor powers in their Lima and Quito embassies

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