Lula arrives in Bolivia to strengthen bilateral ties and show his support after the coup attempt

Lula arrives in Bolivia to strengthen bilateral ties and show his support after the coup attempt
Lula arrives in Bolivia to strengthen bilateral ties and show his support after the coup attempt

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva arrived in Bolivia on Monday, where he will meet with his Bolivian counterpart, Luis Arce, in order to strengthen bilateral relations, while seeking to reaffirm the support and solidarity of the Brazilian people in the face of the attempted coup d’état that took place at the end of June. After participating in the Mercosur Summit in Paraguay, the Brazilian president was received in Santa Cruz de la Sierra by leaders of the social movement, as he indicated through his profile on the social network X, where he attached several photographs of the moment. The agenda that Lula will hold includes, in addition to the meeting with Arce, which is the third bilateral meeting in just over a month, an extended meeting with his ministers and a business forum. The Minister of the Presidency, María Prada, has defined the visit of the Brazilian president as a “historic moment.” “This is Lula’s first visit to Bolivia in his current term, which will take place within the framework of the reconstruction of bilateral relations that began in January 2023,” Brasilia said, noting that it shares its longest border with Bolivia (more than 3,400 kilometers). It added that they will pay “special attention” to initiatives to promote trade and investment, physical and energy integration, and the fight against drug trafficking and organized crime. Issues of health, migration and border cooperation will also be discussed, as well as issues on the regional and multilateral agenda, with an emphasis on Bolivia’s entry into Mercosur.

 
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