Etiqueta: Evo Morales
28 October, 2019 Evo Morales Evokes Commander Camilo Cienfuegos

Evo Morales, President of Bolivia, wrote on his official Twitter page that we remember Camilo Cienfuegos, on the date of his departure, who was, with Fidel and Ernesto Che Guevara, one of the main Commanders of the Cuban Revolution.

1 August, 2019 Protection for the Most Vulnerable, a Bolivian Premise

Since his arrival for the Presidency of Bolivia, Evo Morales has implemented social policies for the benefit of the most vulnerable sectors, and in this context he advocates for a greater protection towards seniors.

11 July, 2019 Bolivia and Russia Address Issues of Bilateral Cooperation

Russian President Vladimir Putin met in Moscow with his Bolivian counterpart Evo Morales, to address issues of cooperation between the two countries, and to exchange views on major international and regional issues.

4 June, 2019 Evo Morales Appreciates International Community Confidence

The President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, thanked the international community for voting for acclamation to its representative to the United Nations, Sacha Llorenti, as president of the First Committee of the General Assembly.

23 May, 2019 Investments in Bolivia Solve Public Claims

The President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, inaugurated two modules of the new bus terminal of Sucre, Chuquisaca, a longing for the town’s population for more than 60 years

30 April, 2019 International Support to Venezuela

Russian President Vladimir Putin analyzed the situation in Venezuela at a meeting of the National Security Council, Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov said.

5 December, 2018 Bolivia Evokes Nelson Mandela’s Legacy

Nelson Mandela’s struggle for peace and his legacy was remembered by Bolivia’s President, Evo Morales, on the fifth anniversary of the physical disappearance of the former South African leader.

3 December, 2018 Evo Morales Rejects Blackmail from Donald Trump

Bolivian President Evo Morales, rejected the warning of his American counterpart Donald Trump to curb the credits of international agencies to the South American country, for its insufficient collaboration in the fight against trafficking in persons.