The Bolivian ambassador to Cuba, Eduardo Pardo, dies in Havana

The Bolivian ambassador to Cuba, Eduardo Pardo, dies in Havana

(EFE).- The Bolivian ambassador to Cuba, Eduardo Pardo, died in Havana after several weeks seriously ill, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez reported Monday.

The diplomat died this Sunday “after weeks of struggling to regain stability in his health,” according to a statement from the Cuban Foreign Ministry, which does not provide further details.

“We deeply regret the death of the Bolivian ambassador to Cuba, Eduardo Pardo. We express our condolences to the Government and people of Bolivia and especially to their families,” Rodríguez wrote on Twitter.

Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel also recalled Pardo on this social network, “who was fulfilling the worthy mission of representing Bolivia in Cuba,” and expressed solidarity with the “family, friends and colleagues” of the deceased.

“I share your sorrow, brother Luis Arce,” Díaz-Canel also wrote in reference to his Bolivian counterpart.

“I share your sorrow brother Luis Arce,” Diaz-Canel also wrote in reference to his Bolivian counterpart, who shortly before had assured on his social networks that the ambassador’s death “hurts a lot.”

Arce described Pardo, ambassador to Havana since July 21, as “a brilliant economist and academic committed to just causes.”

The ambassador served as an economist, central banker and university professor. Among others, he held the position of deputy manager of Reserves at the Central Bank of Bolivia (BCB), according to official Cuban media.

a few months ago, last septemberThe Paraguayan ambassador to Cuba, Bernardino Cano Radil, also passed away. at age 65in this case due to complications of covid-19.

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