The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales , reiterated on Sunday the willingness of his country to dialogue with Chile to resolve the maritime dispute that has more than a century and has prevented the Bolivian people get their sovereign access to the sea.
Speaking to channel Local, Bolivia TV, the head of state said that Bolivia get back access to the sea that was taken from him after the Pacific War (1879-1883) is a right that the country can not give up.
Morales said that the matter "is a matter of integration of Latin America" and in this regard, said that "there is a deep feeling in the world for this to be resolved through dialogue and a peaceful solution."
Similarly, he said that "dialogue (with Chile) is open" and said that Bolivia "the solution must always be diplomacy."
the president stressed that Bolivia demonstrated in the presentation of oral arguments before the Court of the Hague that seeks only to do justice.
on the other hand, Morales also took the opportunity to thank the international support it has received its cause, and this included the Rigoberta Menchú Nobel Peace Prize (1992) and the now deceased Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano. In this regard, the president said that "virtually everyone recognizes the right of Bolivia" and questioned "How is it possible that the governments of Chile can not hear that?".