Bolivian President Threatens to Close U.S. Embassy
|Posted by Made Kamayasa on Fri Jul 05, 2013|
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South American leaders united in support of Bolivian President Evo Morales after his state plane forced to land in Austria, after a leaked intelligence suspected of carrying the United States (U.S.). Morales also threatening to close the U.S. embassy.
Morales again blamed the U.S. for pressuring countries in Europe such as France and Portugal refused permission to pass on his state plane. Rejection was forced Morales landed in Vienna, Austria.
"We do not need the U.S. Embassy.'s No need for them to come here, just for reasons of cooperation," said Morales, as quoted by the Telegraph, Friday (07/05/2013).
Morales also garner support from South American leaders such as Venezuela, Ecuador, Argentina and Uruguay. They joined with Morales to discuss the violations committed by the United States.
Latin American leaders furious dengen the incident. They assess incidents experienced Morales is a violation of national sovereignty and a blow to the Latin American countries.
Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa affirmed their support for Morales accused the U.S. and aggression. While Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro protest against alleged shakedown by the Spanish top flight Morales.
"Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has committed an offense by trying to frisk plane Morales in Spain. He had no right to violate international law," said Maduro.
Morales was on his way home to Bolivia from Russia, when his plane was forced to land in Austria. At that time, Morales allegedly gave a lift to the U.S. intelligence whistleblowers, Edward Snowden. But the allegations were not proven.
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