Bolivia: concerns about Paraguay’s intention to install U.S. bases on border

Posted on September 2, 2012 • Filed under: Bolivia, Intelligence, Paraguay, Police/Military Activity, United States

According to – Bolivia was engrossed verbally in recent months with its neighbors by versions on installing U.S. military bases in Paraguay, the arms of Chile, Peru’s military incursion and Brazilian drug trafficking and asylum an opposition senator, with little appearance Foreign Ministry, but with several partners in the country, according to the former Minister Armando Loaiza.
While the government deputy, Luis Alfaro (MAS), raised to the Chamber of Deputies shaping “urgency” of a commission to investigate the intention of Paraguay to install a U.S. military base on the border with Bolivia. In his view, the purpose of the new Paraguayan President Federico Franco, is related to the United States and other countries that are against progressive and revolutionary governments like Ecuador, Venezuela and Bolivia. Read Article

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