Everything is ready for the G77 Summit more China in Bolivia

The President of Argentina, Cristina Fernández, expressed solidarity with the victims. (Photo: EFE)

The Bolivian city of Santa Cruz started this Friday to receive, under a pouring rain, the leaders attending the Summit of the G77 and China, in which the post 2015, which is already agreed global development agenda will be drawn this weekend.
The first to arrive, on Thursday night, was the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, who arrived in Bolivia from Brazil on the plane of President Evo Morales, who he accompanied on Friday to visit several villages in the Andean country.
Early in the morning they arrived also several representatives of African countries, while the first Latin American President to land in Bolivia, country which holds the rotating Presidency of the G77 this year was that of Cuba, Raúl Castro.
For the next few hours is expected the arrival of the rulers of Argentina, Cristina Fernández; Ecuador, Rafael Correa; Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega; Paraguay, Horacio Cartes; Peru, Ollanta Humala; Uruguay, Jose Mujica; Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro; (e) Iran, Hasán Rohaní, among others.
The most significant Latin American absences are the Presidents of Chile, Michelle Bachelet, and Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, and the Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos. Either it will be Chinese President Xi Jinping, who has sent in their representation to the Vice President of the Popular National Assembly, Chen Zhu.
Among the topics that will be discussed at the Summit will be the fight against poverty, climate change, the international situation and relations of South-South cooperation, advanced Friday on the other hand Bolivian Minister of communication, Amanda Dávila.
The aim is that this forum out a development post-2015 agenda to revive the fight against poverty and hunger, cooperation and environmental protection, will happen to the development of the Millennium which committed the world to meet up to that year.
The opening of the Summit is scheduled for 19 H 00 hours (23.00 GMT) Bolivia’s this Saturday, with speeches from Ban Ki-moon and President Evo Morales, which will be followed by a dinner offered by the host to your guests.
But before the inauguration will be held, also in Santa Cruz, a rally with related social sectors to the Bolivian Government and in which several Latin American heads of State have confirmed their attendance.