We welcome the proposals and actions that we are going to jointly execute’, said Andronico Rodriguez, head of the Bolivian Senate, who headed the inter-parliamentary meeting in this city together with the president of the Andean Parliament, Gloria Florez.
Sources from the Bolivian Legislative Assembly reported that the agreement is intended to serve as a framework for inter-institutional cooperation relations and may be implemented through specific understandings.
During the ceremony, the parties pledged to seek integration based on the principles of parliamentary diplomacy and to share science, technology and ancestral knowledge.
They also agreed to promote integration for the liberation of the peoples through the re-engineering of the Andean Parliament, seeking to make its decisions binding for the governments of this community of nations.
Both parties will promote a common agenda on migration, health care, education, environment, promotion and search for universal citizenship, as well as other issues of general interest, with a debate from the peoples sharing a common cause.
Representatives of Colombia, Chile, Ecuador and Peru attended the signing of the agreement on behalf of the Andean Parliament.