Rodríguez Veltzé to Luis Arce: “The seriousness of your complaint forces you to make agreements with foreign powers transparent”

Rodríguez Veltzé to Luis Arce: “The seriousness of your complaint forces you to make agreements with foreign powers transparent”

Rodríguez Veltzé to Luis Arce: “The seriousness of your complaint forces you to make agreements with foreign powers transparent”

April 19, 2024, 9:32 AM

April 19, 2024, 9:32 AM

Former President Eduardo Rodríguez Veltzé insisted this Friday on the need to make transparent the agreements signed with international companies for the exploitation of lithium Bolivian, after President Luis Arce denounced that “a neighboring country” seeks to control Bolivia’s natural resources.

“The people, the sole holder of sovereignty, deserve to be well informed about the administration of their natural resources. The seriousness of your complaint, President, forces you to make transparent the agreements or alliances with foreign powers for their exploitation.. As a pacifist country that promotes a culture of peace and integration of peoples, it is also urgent to know its foreign policy with neighboring countries and the international community,” the former president wrote in his account on X.

On Thursday, during a public event for the 133rd anniversary of the Army Military College, Arce said that “Bolivia has become a point of interest for world powers, as well as for a neighboring country, which seeks to control our resources.” strategic through special operations, blocking our exports, failing to comply with the 1904 treaty or the promotion of business councils for the control of lithium.”

“They want to subordinate us to geopolitical plans, like the Capricorn Planintending that Bolivia be excluded from strategic communications processes, for which They seek to balkanize us, federalize us or show ourselves as a failed state”, added the Head of State.

Although President Arce did not mention the name of Chile; However, Bolivia signed a treaty in 1904 with that country.

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