“The sweeping unproven nature of the allegations is obvious. The insinuations about "Russian interference in the elections" are the propaganda cliche of Russophobic media that has not received evidence. But if anyone has real facts of violation of Bolivian legislation, they are ready to consider them within the existing bilateral legal assistance mechanisms, ”the ministry said.
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on October 24, the Bolivian media reported on alleged Russian interference in the presidential election in Bolivia, namely, Rosatom’s sending political technologists to the country to ensure the victory of Evo Morales and protect his commercial interests in the country.
It is noted that such stuffing paved the way for the buildup of protest moods.
Earlier, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was surprised by the absence of accusations against Russia, which is often accused of various events taking place around the world, regarding the situation in Bolivia.
On November 10, the top leadership of Bolivia, including ex-president Morales, resigned amid protests in the country.