Amb. G. Palomeque De Taboada Hosts Reception
H.E. Mr. CHO Tae-Yong, 1st Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
Mrs. President of the Korea-Bolivia
Parliamentary Friendship Group,
Honorable Dip .SIM Sang Jung
Ambassadress and Ambassadors Colleagues
Board members of the Consular Corps,
Guests of the companies that already work with Bolivia,
Managers of cultural organizations and tourism
Friends of the academic field
Bolivia fellow citizens
Ladies and Gentlemen:It is a great pleasure to share this celebration with such distinguished attendance, senior representatives of the Government of the Republic of Korea, the private sector, academic field, civil society, the press and the residents of the Bolivian community in Korea. The first call for freedom in Bolivia was in 1809, but it took another 16 years for the emancipation process of the Spanish crown. It is on August 6th, 1825, when the General Assembly of Deputies of Upper Peru — which was then administered by the Royal Audience of Charcas — decided its independence, giving birth to what was once the Republic of Bolivia.Since then, and for 184 years, the Bolivian state possessing natural resources in each of its regions; with a wide cultural diversity, which is reflected in its 36 indigenous people with their own languages, customs, folklore and with different economy systems within their own population. In 2009, the Constituent Assembly faced the challenge of reflecting the identity and diversity of our people and the Political Constitution drew up the current Plurinational State of Bolivia.This new Bolivian state is based on political pluralism (to respect the different views and thoughts of the citizens). In economic pluralism (guaranteeing the various forms of ownership and economic organization of the State). In legal pluralism (recognizes ordinary justice and indigenous justice), and in the cultural and linguistic pluralism recognizes the 36 indigenous nationalities that exist in our country.Currently, distinguished audience, the effort and commitment of each of the Bolivian citizen inside and outside of our borders has achieved to register a rate of growth of 6.8 percent. We hope to keep this historical GDP Bolivian expansion.For details or inquiries call the Embassy of Bolivia in Seoul at 02-318-1767 or 2767.
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