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Bolivia to oust Mexico minister, two Spanish representatives



Bolivia's between time president Jeanine Anez on Monday December 30, reported that they will oust Mexico's minister and two Spanish negotiators heightening a disagreement about a supposed endeavor to extricate an ex-government assistant. 

Anez who gave the ambassadors 72 hours to leave the nation, blamed them for truly hurting the sway and nobility of the individuals and the sacred administration of Bolivia. 

The removed representatives remember Ambassador of Mexico for Bolivia Maria Teresa Mercado, the charge d'affaires of Spain Cristina Borreguero and the (Spanish) diplomat Alvaro Fernandez. 

The Bolivian break President said; 

"The sacred government that I manage has chosen to pronounce persona non grata the diplomat of Mexico in Bolivia, Maria Teresa Mercado, the charge d'affaires of Spain, Cristina Borreguero, and the (Spanish) representative, Alvaro Fernandez." 

The declaration came after Bolivian government blamed a Spanish international safe haven staff for attempting to invade the Mexican crucial La Paz with a gathering of conceal men to remove Juan Ramon Quintana, a needed previous helper of ex-president Evo Morales. 

Mexico's outside service has anyway upbraided the "political" choice, asserting that it trained Mercado to come all the way back. 

Madrid likewise completely denied the case, saying its riposte was a response to "a threatening motion by the Bolivian government to proclaim two Spanish representatives personae non gratae". 

An announcement discharged by the Spanish government peruses; 

"Spain completely dismisses any suggestion of assumed ability to meddle in Bolivia's inward political undertakings. 

"Spain wishes to keep up close relations of kinship and solidarity with the nation and sibling individuals of Bolivia," Madrid finished up, asking La Paz to come back to a "good judgment way of certainty and collaboration between our two nations."



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