RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bolivia and Chile announced on Friday, May 7th, that a road map will be drawn up to rebuild the complex bilateral relationship without including the maritime issue, although the Government of Bolivian President Luis Arce clarified that this demand is "inalienable."
"With the purpose of initiating a dialogue aimed at building mutual trust" the governments of Bolivia and Chile "have been exploring several initiatives of reciprocal interest," reported Bolivian Foreign Minister Rogelio Mayta at a conference in La Paz.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs clarified that this new initiation of dialogue is opened without Bolivia abandoning . . .