ILIGAN CITY — The war on terror in Marawi appears to be ending, with the volume of munitions the government is shipping to the city diminishing, a ranking Navy official said on Tuesday.
Cmdr. Gaylord Santos, executive officer of the Philippine Navy vessel BRP Davao del Sur, said that of the 200 tons of cargo the ship brought in on Tuesday from Manila, less than a quarter consisted of various types of ammunition, including artillery shells.
“From this indication, I could say that the fighting is really waning,” Santos said.
He said that when the BRP Davao del Sur first docked here on June 19, it carried mostly ammunition and other mat…
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