On the upcoming Oct. this year, Bolivia will have elections to choose new Bolivia President etc. In conjunction with its forthcoming presidential elections etc., Bolivian President Evo Morales said on Tuesday that he wants to be the president of the best Bolivia in history, within the framework of the 194th anniversary of the independence of the South American country, according to Bolivia journalism.
The choice of Bolivian peoples who chose the first indigenous people President Morales, was a milestone for not only Bolivia, but also the entire politics of the South American continent, said Charge d’Affaires a.i. Mr. Luis Pablo Ossio Bustillos who marked his country’s 194th Independence Day anniversary in a downtown hotel Seoul with an elegant Latin-style luncheon reception on Aug. 6th noon.
During the last 13 years when Bolivia President Morales reined, Bolivia economy has been recording annual average 5%’s economic growth while this year’s economic growth in Bolivia also is expected to record 4%, the best performance in the region, according to Bustillos. Panama Amb. Ruben Eloy Arosemena Valdes also who delivered his congratulatory remarks, said that Bolivia has been leading economic growth of the South American region during last decade with its middle income country standing.
According to the Embassy of the Plurinational State of Bolivia Seoul, Korean tourists who are eager to travel Bolivia, are on a steady increase, opting Uyuni desert foremost as their favorite travel destination in Bolivia. Salar de Uyuni (or Salar de Tunupa) is the world's largest salt flat, at 10,582 square kilometers (4,086 sq mi). It is in the Daniel Campos Province in Potosí in southwest Bolivia, near the crest of the Andes and is at an elevation of 3,656 meters (11,995 ft) above sea level.
Assemblyman Lee In-young from the National Assembly who serves as the President of the Korea-Bolivia Parliamentary Group, delivered his congratulatory remarks as well, saying that the two countries have common histories which overcame colonial rules, thereby recording relatively higher economic growth rate in the region with such colonial rule conquest experiences as a momentum.
Most Latin American envoys showed up as well-wishers to show their solidarity with Bolivia including Brazil Amb. Luis Henrique Sobreira Lopes & his spouse, Ecuador Amb. Oscar Gustavo Herrera Gilbert & his spouse, Honduras Amb. Virgilio Paredes Trapero & his spouse, Portugal Amb. Manuel Goncalves De Jesus, Uruguay Amb. Luis Fernando Irib Arne Restuccia, Dominican Amb. Enrique Humberto Salazar Caraball, Peru Amb. Daul Jesus Enrique Matute-mejia & his spouse, Argentina Amb. Alfredo Carlos Bascou, El Salvador Amb. Milton Alcides Magana Herrera & his spouse etc.