Evo Morales to the G20: No Walls Against Migrants, Nor Nuclear Weapons Against Life

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Photo Credit: Resumen Latinoamericano
Photo Credit: Resumen Latinoamericano

 

Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / July 8, 2017

Bolivia’s president has just issued a message through his twitter account in which he asks to the G20 countries to abandon the construction of frontier walls and the use of nuclear weapons.

The world does not require “walls against migrants, nor nuclear weapons that attempt against life and humanity”, said the Bolivian president Evo Morales through his Twitter account past Saturday.

The South American leader has emitted a series of comments in his social network on the role that the leaders present at the G20 have.

On Friday, Morales stated that “the richest countries must reduce the political unrest and wars”, which only increases poverty.

In the same line, he urged to the American leader, Donald Trump, to attend the problem of climate change for being the leader of the most industrialized and most polluter country in the world.

The countries of the G20, except for the United State, agreed this Saturday in Hamburg’s Summit that the implementation of the Paris agreements regarding climate change are not negotiable.

“The rest of the country’s leaders of the G20 ratify that the Paris Agreement is irreversible”, expresses the final declaration of the bloc, which also condemns the unilateral decision of the United States to brake the accord.

 

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