Bolivia Ambassador says Morales likely to visit Tehran

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News ID: 1544
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 15:55 - 03 July 2013
Tehran, YJC. Luizaga says that Iran and Bolivia are likely to hold meetings in the near future.

The Bolivian Ambassador to Iran Jorge Miranda Luizaga said in an interview with Fars that Iran and Bolivia are likely to hold meetings, adding "If these sessions are held, Bolivian ministers will visit Iran for talks with Iranian ministers to evaluate the status of previous contracts and also to make new ones as needed.”

Luizaga also said that the Bolivian President is also invited to Iran and stated "If possible, the President will visit Tehran toward the end of November or in December to meet with the new Iranian President.”

The Bolivia Ambassador also pointed to the maritime conflict between his country and Chile. He said "Chile has not kept its promises; therefore the President of Bolivia has filed a suit against the country at the International Court of Justice.

Jorge Miranda Luizaga stated that the complaint has been accepted by the World Court on June 12 by the court summoning the two countries and added "Bolivia is waiting for the announcement of the time to present documents that support its claim on the coastline.”

He stressed the point that the US backs Chile on the issue and added "The good news is that ALBA and Non-Aligned countries support Bolivia.”

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