Argentine Foreign Minister: “OAS’s Duty Is to Denounce Coups, Not Sponsor Them”

With a harsh message to the Organization of American States (OAS), the Argentinean Foreign Minister celebrated Luis Arce's victory and Evo Morales' return.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentinean Foreign Minister Felipe Solá strongly criticized the Organization of American States (OAS) for its position on what occurred in Bolivia a year ago, when Evo Morales was forced to leave the country and Jeanine Áñez assumed the presidency: "What happened in Bolivia would not have been possible without the OAS' consent. Its duty is to denounce coups, not sponsor them."

In this context, the official celebrated Luis Arce's triumph and Evo Morales' return to his country, which took place on foot from Argentina province Jujuy, while being escorted by President Alberto Fernández: "We . . .

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