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On March 23, Bolivia commemorated the “Day of the Sea”, in which they remember when the country it lost its maritime territory in the War of the Pacific against Chile.
In this regard, the interim president of Bolivia, Jeanine Áñez, assured compatriots that the Chile’s demand for the sea “is not over.”
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“I tell the world to take note, the fight for the sea continues, the claim as everyone’s goal has not regressed a millimeter “said Áñez.
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As for the Hague ruling in 2018, which ruled that Chile should not negotiate an exit to the sea with Bolivia, The president asserted that this was “bad news”, but stated that in that process “Political and personal interests prevailed.”
He also stressed that the government will seek “new ways to return to the sea,” because “The fight for the sea is in our blood.”
“The world must now know that we will do it with dialogue, without demagoguery and with firmness “, ended.