Evo Morales questioned Chilean Government speak of aggression

Evo Morales said that when is says the truth them groups oligarchic of Chile is annoyed. | Photo: EFE

The President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, challenged the Government of Chile to speak of aggression and interference, without referring to the invasion of the Bolivian litoral in 1879.
“These days when I said that February 14 the invasion begins, Chileans are disturbed, they say aggressive Evo meddles, whatever they say no one will forget and the world knows that Chile has constantly invaded neighboring countries: Bolivia, Argentina and Peru”, said the Bolivian President.
> Bolivia confirms peaceful vocation for their right to the sea A purpose of the 138 years of Chilean invasion, Morales and the Foreign Minister of Chile, Heraldo Muñoz, they exchanged criteria, in which the second qualified as aggression the right of Bolivia to the sea.
For his part, the Bolivian President said on social networking site Twitter that “aggression is: invade neighboring countries, steal water, ignoring international law and does not meet commitments”.

Aggression is: invade neighboring countries, steal water, ignoring international law and no commitments.

-Evo Morales Ayma (@evoespueblo) February 14, 2017 Morales said that when we say the truth the oligarchic groups of Chile “bother” and added that the Chilean Governments were previously “untouchable” and did not want that is “levente voice”; However, there are now other times and “we are in the Hague with truth and justice”.

Before Governments of Chile not wanted that will lift the voice with the truth. Today we accuse of aggression and interference, but do not speak of invasion – Evo Morales Ayma (@evoespueblo) February 17, 2017 Bolivian President met for meetings in the Hague and Rome the head of State expressed his satisfaction with the results of the meetings with the legal team in the Hague and with the director general of the Organization of the United Nations for food and Agriculture (FAO) , Jose Graziano da Silva, in Rome.

He President Bolivian visited the city of Rome, where went to the headquarters of the FAO to treat the agreement of cooperation. Photo: Twitter FAO Newsroom during the delivery this Friday of the educational unit ‘Carmen Los Andes’, in municipality Vinto, Cochabamba, the President said that the International Court of Justice in the Netherlands reviewed the replica Bolivian demand maritime to Chile, which will be delivered before March 21.
Also, mentioned the accession of their country to the Apostille of the Hague Convention, in order to reduce bureaucracy in public management.
> FAO allocated $ 250 million to projects in Bolivia, Morales also stressed their meeting in Italy with Graziano, who pledged that the FAO will support Bolivia in obtaining financing for projects of irrigation and water generation.
According to the agreement, is will include 250 million of dollars to present to the Fund green, mechanism agreed in 2010 in the Convention frame of the Nations United on change climate, and help to countries in development.
This joint management to access resources of the Green Fund will serve as a model for regions members of the Organization in similar situations.