Spain Declares Three Bolivian Diplomats ‘Persona Non Grata’

The La Paz officials have granted the two Spanish representatives and the Mexican ambassador 72 hours to leave Bolivian territory.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Spanish government yesterday declared three members of the Bolivian diplomatic body as 'persona non grata' in response to Bolivia's decision announced on Monday to expel two Spanish diplomats.

"In a reciprocal gesture to the hostile Bolivian interim government in declaring two Spanish diplomats 'persona non grata', Spain in turn decided to declare three Bolivian diplomatic and consular officials accredited in the country as 'persona non grata' and to grant them 72 hours . . .

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