|Battle of Guayaquil|
|Part of War of Azuay|
|Empire of Antioquia||Republic of Peru|
|Faustino Asprilla||Fernando de la Mar|
|4.200 Soldiers, 10 Tanks, 5 Helicopters, 10 Artillery Batteries||3.500 Soldiers, 1 Helicopter|
|Casualties and losses|
|301 Soldiers, 1 Tank||903 Dead Soldiers, 1.985 Caputured, 1 Helicopter|
At 2:00 pm on June 28, 2012, Antioquian forces moved to Guayaquil, in order to expel the Peruvians in the area. At 2:57 pm, The Battalion number 7 attacked the Peruvians camping by the river, forcing them to retreat to the beach. Meanwhile, Faustino led the offensive against the Peruvian infantry division 7. At 5:13 pm, the Peruvians left Guayaquil and fleed to Cruces. Kovrov I restored the Governor of Guayaquil one hour later.