Freedom of self-determination: Bolivia


Sept. 13, 2012 - La Paz, (SANA) - Bolivia renewed its rejection of any foreign interference in Syria and its support to the principle of the people's freedom of self-determination.

In a press statement on Thursday, Bolivian Vice President, Alvaro Garcia, considered that the Syrian issue is a repeated scenario to the operations of "soft" invention in North Africa and Middle East countries, which is quite dangerous.

Garcia expressed his country's support to the Syrian government, which is facing terrorist groups, considering that only the Syrians should decide their destination and no one should interfere in Syria's domestic affairs, stressing his country's rejection to any foreign interference in Syria of whichever form.

The Bolivian Vice President said " We defend major principles for coexistence among states, being represented through the right of self-determination, mutual respect among states and the internal problems of a state should be solved by its people."

R. Milhem / Ghossoun


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