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US escalates hybrid warfare against Bolivia

La Paz, Apr 25 (Prensa Latina) The Bolivian Ministry of Foreign Affairs denounced that the United States is promoting hybrid warfare against the country, which should bring to power in 2025, a government at its service.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, issued a statement this Wednesday, expressing its rejection of the US State Department’s report on human rights situation in Bolivia, as it is unilateral and “an act of interference and interference in domestic politics.” It also denounced that the report makes “predominant use of imprecise sources, or has a lack thereof, compromises the veracity of the content and fails to consider a broader range of views within the social and political spectrum of the country.”

According to the State Department’s report on Human Rights, “there were no important changes in Bolivia” in 2023. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed to these regards that the report “is an attempt to affect the country’s credibility by distorting Bolivian reality and omitting to mention the significant progress in terms of human rights which the government has carried out in favor of children, adolescents and the elderly”.

Alleged human rights violations served as a pretext for the White House to justify economic reprisals against Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua for acting with self-determination in their internal and foreign policy.

The State Department report came to light when leaked information from the United States embassy in La Paz confirmed a plan to split the Movement towards Socialism given the 2025 general elections.

According to the Center for Multidisciplinary Geopolitical Studies, this project is aimed at the recolonization of Latin America, and regarding Bolivia, to appropriate its natural resources such as lithium, iron, rare earths, and aquifers.

Based on the El Radar website, this hybrid war initiative is dubbed “Simón Bolívar” and was designed to counteract the advances in the region of United States adversaries such as Russia and China through the BRICS group.

As stated by El Radar, one of the operators of the Simón Bolívar plan in Bolivia is Debra Hevia, charge d’affaires of the United States embassy in La Paz since September 2023, whom it defines as a technocrat who runs leadership training programs with politicians throughout the country.