Santa Cruz, November 8 (RHC)- Cuban Vice President Gladys Bejerano has arrived in the Bolivian city of Santa Cruz, where she is attending a Conference on Government Transparency and Against Corruption sponsored by the Latin American and Caribbean Community of States, CELAC.
Bejerano was received at the Santa Cruz Airport by the Bolivian Foreign Minister, David Choquehuanca, and her Bolivian counterpart, Nardy Suxo.
The meeting’s Chair, Nardy Suxo, said the Ministers will discuss anticorruption strategies to be to be submitted to the respective Heads of State for approval for joint application.
Foreign Minister Choquehuanca said in statements to the press that CELAC is working on several global issues, including poverty, drug trafficking and corruption. Ills, he said, that have been inherited from earlier administrations.
CELAC was founded in 2010 on the initiative of the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, and has been successfully working towards the development and integration of its Latin American and Caribbean member states.
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