Havana, Thursday 05 de December de 2019 10:39 am

UN urges to respect state and diplomatic institutions in Bolivia

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HAVANA, Nov. 11 (ACN) Antonio Guterres, Secretary General of the United Nations (UN), called for respect for state institutions in Bolivia and the inviolability of diplomatic missions in that country.

Guterres called on Bolivians to not use violence after the resignation presented by Evo Morales on Sunday in order to stop the abuses of the opposition, which disregards the results of the October 20 elections.
The UN Secretary General's appeal corresponds to the attack launched this weekend by the opposition against the Venezuelan and Cuban embassies in that South American country.
Guterres also asked the authorities to guarantee the security of all citizens, government officials and foreigners.
According to press reports, after Morales resigned from the presidency to protect the Bolivian people from further aggressions, opposition groups began to harass the diplomatic missions of Cuba and Venezuela.
Sources from the Cuban delegation denounced that banners with offensive and provocative content were placed in front of that mission, and the Venezuelan ambassador in Bolivia, Crisbeylee Gonzalez, warned about attacks against the Embassy.

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