Cristina signed agreements with Evo Morales
Bolivia, July 18, 2012
President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has signed bilateral agreements with Bolivian President Evo Morales.
Both leaders met in the city of Cochabamba, where one of the objectives was to close the deal of the country’s gas imports from Bolivia.
Cristina said it was very fruitful meeting with Morales, being a “good day’s work.”
The agreement between Enarsa and YPFB “is one of the pillars of government policy by Evo Morales and it has been to Argentina also; it is to add value to our products at home,” said the president.
“We signed a letter of intent also to the development of Digital TV; we committed to send a delegation to Bolivia. And also to develop the contents for channels such as Encuentro or Paka Paka, which can be replicated in Bolivia,” Christina explained.
“It’s important for us to reach agreements of economic content, but also reaffirm the need to further articulate and deepen social ties and political and economic articulation of different peoples and societies of South America,” Cristina said.