HAVANA, Cuba.- The Cuban Chancellery was confident in the work Bolivia will do to revitalize the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) by assuming its pro tempore presidency.
In its Twitter account, the Chancellery recalled that this Monday El Salvador delivered to the Andean-Amazonian nation the pro tempore presidency of the regional bloc. Cuba, Latin America and the Caribbean trust the presidency of Bolivia during this 2019 to revitalize the CELAC, the message refers.
Bolivia assumes that responsibility in a complex back-to-power scenario of right-wing governments that have a closer agenda to the USA positions, whose current Administration does not conceal its interest in imposing the Monroe doctrine.
Formed by about thirty Latin American and Caribbean countries, the CELAC had Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, as one of its main drivers.