UNASUR Member Nations Summoned for Extraordinary Meeting

UNASUR members will analyze the refusal of some European countries to allow Bolivian presidential aircraft to land or fly over their territories. The general secretary of the South American Nations (UNASUR), Ali Rodriguez, summoned an extraordinary meeting of the bloc to analyze the refusal of European countries to allow Bolivian

UNASUR members will analyze the refusal of some European countries to allow Bolivian presidential aircraft to land or fly over their territories.

The general secretary of the South American Nations (UNASUR), Ali Rodriguez, summoned an extraordinary meeting of the bloc to analyze the refusal of European countries to allow Bolivian presidential aircraft to land or fly over their territories.

The head of States of UNASUR country members will set the date of the meeting to discuss the inexplicable ban on the aircraft.

Italy, France, Spain and Portugal forbade the flight of the Bolivian presidential aircraft, where the president Evo Morales was returning from Russia, over their territories under the pretext of being transporting the former CIA agent, Edward Snowden, who has been issued a US warrant for arrest after the leak of top secret information.

Referring to the European decision, Rodriguez described it as outrageous and asked not to let it pass, since it would be a passive acceptance of the empire’s will against countries that shed too much blood to win their independency, quoted The Telegraph newspaper.

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