Bolivia’s Foreign Ministry advises U.S. and Brazil not to “intervene” in its internal affairs

The United States and Brazil have made statements of concern over the arrest of the former president of Bolivia Jeanine Áñez and two of her ministers.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This Thursday, March 18th, the Bolivian Foreign Ministry has summoned representatives of the United States and Brazil and has asked them to "abstain" from interference and "not to intervene" in its internal affairs.

As for the United States, the meeting was attended by Charisse Phillips, the U.S. Chargé d'Affaires and, according to a statement from the Bolivian Foreign Ministry, was reminded of "the duty to refrain from intervening in the internal affairs of another State", as established in the Framework Agreement on Bilateral Relations of Mutual Respect and Collaboration between the Governments of both . . .

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