The Venezuelan Foreign Ministry has determined that Bolivian military attaches in Venezuela have 72 hours to leave the country.
"The Ministry of People's Power for Foreign Affairs of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela greets the Bolivian Plurinational Embassy with attention, on the occasion of informing its decision to withdraw the accreditation of the personnel of the Bolivian Plurinational State in Venezuela. Caracas , requesting their departure from the national territory within the next seventy-two hours ", says the text.
The statement highlights that the measure is related to the actions of the Bolivian military high command in the last days after the resignation of President Evo Morales (2006-2019).
"This measure corresponds to the role played by the Bolivian Armed Forces High Command in the November 10 coup d'état and is in no case an individual assessment of Bolivian soldiers," the document said.
Three days ago the diplomatic corps in Bolivia returned to Venezuela.
Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza said that in order to obtain the return of Venezuelan diplomats from Bolivia, he needed to take action and even contacted the United Nations.
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