Analysts detect weaknesses in Bolivia’s foreign service

One of the important aspects for the professional training of Bolivian foreign service officials is the urgency of a higher education institution for their academic improvement.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The improvisation in the appointment of ambassadors and consuls, the absence of a diplomatic academy, and the primacy of the political factor rather than the capacity and training in the appointment of representatives in the foreign service are some of the factors that make Bolivian diplomacy one of the most deficient in the region, according to two analysts who put this issue under the spotlight.

A few days ago, former parliamentarian, activist, and activist of the Movement Towards Socialism Sonia Brito was appointed by President Luis Arce as Bolivian ambassador to Italy.

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