BUENOS AIRES, Argentina. – In arriving in Argentina on Thursday, where he planned to stay indefinitely as a refugee, former Bolivian President Evo Morales thanked Argentina and Mexico for all their support and solidarity.
On his Twitter account Morales wrote: A month ago I arrived in Mexico, a sister country that saved our lives, I was sad and shattered; now I arrived in Argentina, to continue fighting for the most humble and to unite the Great Homeland, I am strong and animated.
The indigenous leader thanked the President of Mexico Andres Lopez Obrador, his people and Government, and said that among them he felt at home with Mexican sisters and brothers.
Together with Evo Morales are his children Evaliz and Alvaro, who arrived three weeks ago, as well as former Vice-President Alvaro Garcia Linera, former Chancellor Diego Pary and former ministers Gabriela Montano and Amanda Davila, also as refugees.