In a statement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has indicated that it will not issue any pronouncement on the internal investigation carried out by the department directed by Arancha González Laya “until the information is received through official channels” on the conclusions.
In any case, the Bolivian Foreign Ministry has indicated that the country “will continue to firmly defend its sovereignty, as well as non-interference in internal affairs and therefore will not allow any foreign State to mobilize elite forces with people with their faces covered. by Bolivian territory. “
According to these conclusions of the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, last November, Mexico asked several countries for help before “the high number of asylees” in its embassy in Bolivia, and that Spain “temporarily housed” a “small number of people “and escorted several to the airport,” including some people who were at the Mexican Embassy. “
However, he also states that none of these people had “arrest warrants of any kind” and that his departure from the country came “with the knowledge of the interim authorities” of Bolivia. According to him, Spain complied at all times with the obligations of the Vienna Convention on diplomatic relations and “other foreign embassies in La Paz have carried out similar efforts since November.”
In any case, Bolivia has ratified “its desire to maintain good relations with the international community, as well as with the States of the European Union (EU), including Spain, within the framework of the general principles of International Law and the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. “
After knowing the conclusions, the Spanish Government stressed Tuesday that Bolivia is a “sister country” with which it aspires to maintain bilateral relations “that are based on reciprocal respect for the respective national ordinances and institutions.”
“Spain aspires to maintain bilateral relations that live up to the links between the two countries and that are based on mutual respect for the respective national ordinances and institutions and hopes to find this same provision in the Bolivian interim authorities,” said the Ministry. Spanish Foreign.
From the interim Government of Jeanine Áñez, the international community has been invited to accompany and support “this important moment in which the Bolivian people live”, after 13 years of “authoritarianism”, having managed to “pacify the country”, which will hold elections on next May 3.
“Between all of us, today we begin a firm struggle for democratic consolidation, for the establishment of the rule of law and for the institutionalization of peaceful coexistence,” said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bolivia.