Bolivia reinstates Economic and Trade Links with Cuba

Bolivia reinstates Economic and Trade Links with Cuba
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13 February 2021
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Bolivia and Cuba agreed to reinstate bilateral economic and trade relations which were cut in November 2019 after the coup that took Jeanine Añez to power in that South American nation.

Cuba’s deputy minister for Foreign Trade and Investment Ana Teresita Gonzalez held an online contact with her Bolivian counterpart Benhamin Blanco. The two officials addressed the reinstatement of cooperation between Havana and La Paz, which the Cuban deputy minister recalled on her Twitter account.

Following the electoral victory of Luis Arce and the return of democracy to Bolivia, the Cuban government expressed its willingness to relaunch the historic and brotherhood links between the two nations, formerly boosted by Cuba Revolution leader Fidel Castro and former Bolivian president Evo Morales.

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