Integration between both countries appears to be on a smooth path after second binational cabinet meeting in Sucre, chaired by Presidents Evo Morales and Pedro Pablo Kuczynski. Railway road to Brazilian port of Santos also on the table Read full article
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I love the photo of these two outstanding politicians, well they think so, in Sucre. Should it not be 'merde'?Nov 05th, 2016 - 06:08 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
The cowpat knows all about merde, he's been spewing it out of his mouth for years.
This is what comes out of attempting to overthrow a nation and losing. Losers.
@ ChrisRNov 06th, 2016 - 09:38 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
You don't condemn Peru and Bolivia for starting the war, but only for losing it? How nice.
At least they are actually trying to improve things now rather than just complaining about Chile all the time. This sounds like the sort of infrastructure project that would actually be good for the two countries, and for Bolivia finding an alternate route for exports when there are problems in Chile is a wise move.
@ DemonTreeNov 07th, 2016 - 02:35 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
I condemn them for losing the war and moaning 'it's unfair, give us our ball back' and then running to mommy (the UN) and claiming they never meant the war.
But they are LatAms, they ALL do this nonsense: it's never them.
It would all be different if they had won, with their massive headcount difference: bunch of wussies.