José Alberto Gonzales, former president of the Senate, concluded his paperwork and will travel next week to Washington D.C., United States (USA), headquarters of the Organization of American States, where he will play the role of national ambassador.
In an interview with radio Fides, the representative explained that "the agenda is broad, but among the main topics is the maritime theme, education and the rights of indigenous peoples and also the relationship with the 33 countries that make up the OAS. "
"I'm finishing the paperwork to travel next week and take charge, but It depends that it complies with all the requirements demanded by the State", Explained the ex-ambassador who resigned to the Legislative for personal matters.
On his appointment, he said that once he resigned from the Senate he received the proposal of President Evo Morales and Vice President Alvaro García Linera and decided to accept it.
"It's a designation where I should continue to the good management of Ambassador Diego Pary. The vision on Bolivia has changed and not what it was 30 or 20 years ago, "remarked the new diplomat.