Cochabamba, October 4 (RHC)-- Bolivian President Evo Morales ratified his demand that the United Nations headquarters currently hosted by New York must be based in another country to prevent the United States from blackmailing leftwing governments with denial of visas of flights over US territory.
During a rally in Cochabamba, Morales said that the UN General Assembly should be held in a rotary manner in different countries of the world. Morales attended the rally, along Ecuador's Rafael Correa, who paid an official visit to Bolivia.
The Bolivian head of state said that the U.S. administration is financing and promoting the destabilization of different countries in an effort to take hold of their natural resources.
Bolivia and Ecuador agreed to strengthen bilateral relations as they reached accords in the areas of trade, emigration, science and technology, and other important economic and social fields.
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