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By Frankie Taddeo. By Justin Barrasso. By Associated Press. The Spanish found out about this and dispatched their strongest ships to take care of this, and the ships of Chile and Peru were ambushed in Abtao an island close to Chiloe.
The Battle of Abtao thus took place, and although the result was inconclusive, the Spanish ships retreated after receiving heavy fire from the Peruvian ships Union and America.
Later, the Spanish fleet went to bombard and possibly invade Peru by giving a direct attack to the port of Callao.
The port of Callao by that point had already received much aid from across South America, and the Peruvian defenders of Callao stood side by side with Chileans, Ecuadorians, and Bolivians.
The Battle of Callao would prove to be another disaster for the Spanish fleet as the defenses of Callao proved stronger and defeated them to the point of forcing the complete retreat of the Spanish fleet from South American coasts.
All the South American nations viewed the result favorably as Spain was not able to take control of any of the Guano-rich deposits.
Still, the greed of guano would soon lead the former South American allies into a war that broke an alliance of nations that had proven stronger united than separated.
National borders in the region had never been definitively established; the two countries negotiated a treaty that recognized the 24th parallel south as their boundary and that gave Chile the right to share the export taxes on the mineral resources of Bolivia 's territory between the 23rd and 24th parallels.
But Bolivia subsequently became dissatisfied at having to share its taxes with Chile and feared Chilean seizure of its coastal region where Chilean interests already controlled the mining industry.
Peru's interest in the conflict stemmed from its traditional rivalry with Chile for hegemony on the Pacific coast. In Peru agreed secretly with Bolivia to a mutual guarantee of their territories and independence.
In Chilean-Bolivian relations were ameliorated by a revised treaty under which Chile relinquished its share of export taxes on minerals shipped from Bolivia, and Bolivia agreed not to raise taxes on Chilean enterprises in Bolivia for 25 years.
Amity was broken in when Bolivia tried to increase the taxes of the Chilean Antofagasta Nitrate Company over the protests of the Chilean government.
When Bolivia threatened to confiscate the company's property, Chilean armed forces occupied the port city of Antofagasta on Feb.
Bolivia then imposed a presidential decree that confiscated all Chilean property in Bolivia and made a formal declaration of war on March 18, Chile, after finding out about the defensive alliance of Bolivia and Peru, demanded for Peru to remain neutral, and the Peruvian government decided to discuss both the Chilean and Bolivian proposal in a congressional meeting.
However, becoming aware that Peru was actively mobilizing its armed forces while discussing peace, Chile declared war on both Bolivia and Peru on April 5, Chile easily occupied the Bolivian coastal region Antofagasta province and then took the offensive against Peru.
Naval victories at Iquique May 21, and Angamos Oct. A Chilean army then invaded Peru. An attempt at mediation by the United States failed in October , and Chilean forces occupied the Peruvian capital of Lima the following January.
Chile was also to occupy the provinces of Tacna and Arica for 10 years, after which a plebiscite was to be held to determine their nationality. But the two countries failed for decades to agree on what terms the plebiscite was to be conducted.
This diplomatic dispute over Tacna and Arica was known as the Question of the Pacific. During the war Peru suffered the loss of thousands of people and much property, and, at the war's end, a seven-month civil war ensued; the nation foundered economically for decades thereafter.
In a truce between Bolivia and Chile gave the latter control of the entire Bolivian coast Antofagasta province , with its nitrate, copper, and other mineral industries; a treaty in made this arrangement permanent.
In return Chile agreed to build a railroad connecting the Bolivian capital of La Paz with the port of Arica and guaranteed freedom of transit for Bolivian commerce through Chilean ports and territory.
But Bolivia continued its attempt to break out of its landlocked situation through the La Plata river system to the Atlantic coast, an effort that led ultimately to the Chaco War —35 between Bolivia and Paraguay.
Peru also had to hand over the departments of Arica and Tacna. These would remain under Chilean control until a later date, when there would be a plebiscite to decide which nation would maintain control over Arica and Tacna.
Chile and Peru, however, were unable to agree on how or when to hold the plebiscite, and in , both countries signed the Treaty of Lima , in which Peru gained Tacna and Chile maintained control of Arica.
Relations remained sour because of the war. In , both countries were on the brink of war, only a few years before the centennial of the War of the Pacific.
The conflict was fueled by ideological disputes: Peruvian General Juan Velasco was a left-winger while Chilean General Augusto Pinochet was a right-winger.
Velasco, backed by Cuba , set the date for invasion on August 6, [ citation needed ] the th independence anniversary of Bolivia, and the proposed date when Chile intended to grant this country with a sovereign corridor north of Arica, in former Peruvian territory, an action not approved by Peru.
Tensions mounted again when a Chilean spy mission in Peru was discovered. In , Peru was involved in the Cenepa War , a brief thirty-three-day war with Ecuador over the Cenepa River sector of the Cordillera del Condor territory in the western Amazon basin.
However, during the conflict, a series of Peruvian newspapers brought forth information claiming that Chile had sold armaments to Ecuador while the war was taking place.
Due to lack of further information, Peru's president, Alberto Fujimori , put a momentary end to the scandal. On March 21, , General Bayas was asked by the Ecuadorian newspaper El Comercio if Chile had sold armaments to Ecuador during the Cenepa War, to which he replied: " Yes, it was a contract with the militaries during the conflict.
Nonetheless, the Peruvian government at that time regarded this as a minor incident due to the fact that the Chilean Sub-secretary of Foreign Relations told the Peruvian ambassador in Chile on February 2, , that the Chilean government would take immediate measures to stop any other possible operations of this nature.
In response to the declarations made by General Bayas, on March 22, , the government of Chile denied the claims and stated that the only registered sale of weapons to Ecuador was in Jaime Ravinet , the Chilean Minister of Defense , assured that any other armament transfer after the date had been illegal.
Ravinet further stated that, after discussing the matter with his Peruvian counterpart, Roberto Chiabra , the situation had been resolved.
Peru added that Chile, as a guarantor of the Rio Protocol, should have maintained absolute neutrality and that this alleged weapons commerce during the Cenepa War goes against resolutions made by the United Nations and the Organization of American States.
Donayre became the center of an international controversy on November 24, , when Peruvian media showed a YouTube video in which the general said "We are not going to let Chileans pass by Or will leave in a coffin.
And if there aren't sufficient coffins, there will be plastic bags". The video, dated to or , was recorded during a party at a friend's house attended by army officials and civilians.
These comments caused widespread indignation in Chile, making headlines in the El Mercurio newspaper.
Bachelet declared herself satisfied with the explanations. As a consequence of these exchanges, tensions between Peru and Chile rose again; president Bachelet met with top aides on December 1 to discuss the matter and possible courses of action.
Meanwhile, in Lima , Congressman Gustavo Espinoza became the center of attention as the main suspect of leaking the video to Chilean press and politicians.
Relations between the two nations have since mostly recovered. In , the Peruvian Congress unilaterally approved a law which increased the stated sea limit with Chile.
This law superseded the Peruvian supreme decree for same purpose from , which had autolimited its maritime border to geographical parallels only.
Peru's position was that the border has never been fully demarcated, but Chile disagreed reminding on treaties in and between the countries, which supposedly defined seaborder.
The border problem has still not been solved. On January 26, , Peru's government issued a protest against Chile's demarcation of the coastal frontier the two countries share.
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