“We look forward to working with her and other authorities in Bolivia while they organize free and fair elections as soon as possible in accordance with the Constitution of Bolivia,” the diplomat wrote on Twitter.

Agnes previously recognized the Brazilian Foreign Ministry.

On November 12, the second vice speaker of the Senate of Bolivia, an opposition representative, Janine Agnes, announced that she was temporarily assuming the powers of the head of state.

On November 10, the top leadership of Bolivia, including President Evo Morales, resigned.