La Paz, December 15 (Prensa Latina) The Bolivian ambassador to the United Nations Diego Barry today announced that the recently concluded ALBA-TCP summit in Havana, Cuba, has resumed co-ordination as an actor in various international forums.
Barry praised President Louis Arsenew’s proposals at the previous day’s meeting with the heads of state and prime ministers of the member states of the Bolivarian Alliance for the People of America – the People’s Trade Agreement (ALBA – TCP).
Speaking on local radio, the diplomat highlighted the importance of sovereignty, food security and promoting the fight against the SARS-CoV-2 corona virus that causes Govt-19.
In this regard, he pointed out that the two proposals put forward by his country at the 20th Summit of the Integration Mechanism, initiated by the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, and the Bolivian general, were included. Hugo Chavez.
The Bolivian ambassador also praised the support of the ALBA-TCP for restoring democracy in Bolivia in the face of the unstable efforts of the opposition sectors, the heroes of the 2019 coup.
He recalled that two years ago, local, international and regional political actors, such as the Organization of American States, supported the emergence of the Jeanine Annes regime.
In an interview with Radio Patria Nueva, Barry confirmed that the South American country is a great example of how democracy can recover in this context.
The popular struggle in the streets allowed democracy to be restored, and then by ballot they elected a president who would enjoy the confidence of 55 percent of Bolivians, he pointed out.
I believe, the diplomat said, this is the line that people should follow, “it should be followed in Latin America and the Caribbean,” he said.
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