Foreign Minister Muñoz initiates work meetings in Paris prior to allegations in The Hague
On his first working day in Paris, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Heraldo Muñoz, arrived at the Chilean embassy in France to hold a preparatory meeting with the Chilean legal team representing our country in the case "Obligation to Negotiate Access to the Pacific Ocean" in The Hague.
"I am here to prepare oral arguments for the case of the obligation to negotiate that Bolivia has faced against Chile in The Hague", said the Foreign Minister prior to the beginning of this meeting.
This activity took place in the run-up to tomorrow's meeting of the Chilean team, led by the Chancellor, with international lawyers representing the country before the International Court of Justice.
At today's meeting, the Chancellor, together with Chilean lawyers, reviewed the interventions and planning for tomorrow's day, which will be carried out with the team of international lawyers.
These meetings are part of the preparation by the Chilean team prior to the start of the oral arguments between Chile and Bolivia, which will take place on March 19-28 in The Hague.
Before this meeting, in his first activity recently landed in Paris, the Secretary of State travelled to the Government Palace, where he held a meeting with Phillipi Etienne, Head of Consular Policy Advisors to President Macron, with whom he discussed bilateral and regional issues.