At one o'clock Sunday, March 10th, Chileans will have to set clocks sixty minutes back officially signaling the beginning of winter time.
United States is prepared to reduce agricultural subsidies but wants to ensure market access for goods and services, President George W. Bush said on Saturday in Uruguay, the second leg of his five countries tour of Latin America.
Standing next to visiting US president George Bush, Uruguayan president Tabare Vazquez said Saturday his country supports an open integration process for the region, but is also fully supportive of a strong regional integration process.
In spite of the simultaneous blockading by Argentine pickets of the three bridges leading to Uruguay, President Tabare Vazquez reiterated during a joint press conference on Saturday next to visiting US President George Bush that he will not negotiate while the blockades persist.
US and Venezuela presidents George W. Bush and Hugo Chavez, both on Latinamerican tours are the leaders with the lowest standing in the region according to a public opinion survey from Latinobarometro released at the end of 2006.
Venezuela's Hugo Chavez visited flood-ravaged Bolivia on Saturday to show off the fact that his country has pledged 10 times more aid than the United States Bush administration.
President George Bush travels to Colombia early Sunday amid extremely tight security in the Colombian capital where he will meet and publicly express support for Washington's top ally in the region, President Alvaro Uribe.