According to the Secretariat of Communication and Press, both officials will meet in that territory at 19:00 hours, local time, while the leader of the Movement Towards Socialism announced that he would also meet with Vice President Cristina Fernandez.
“Grateful and honored for this opportunity to strengthen ties of friendship, work, and solidarity with the authorities of a brother country,” Morales wrote in his Twitter profile.
This Friday, the former head of State will also attend a press briefing about the founding of the Union of South American Nations of the Peoples (RUNASUR).
A Plurinational Assembly on the formation of this mechanism, comprised of indigenous communities, Afro-descendants, social, trade union, and territorial organizations from several countries, will be held on Saturday and Sunday.
Representatives from 14 nations, including Venezuela, Ecuador, Chile, Peru, Uruguay, Brazil, Nicaragua, and Mexico, are expected to take part.