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Unasur nations to meet on Bolivian leader's plane diversion tomorrow

The South American bloc Unasur will hold a ministerial meeting in Lima tomorrow to discuss the diversion of Bolivian President Evo Morales' plane in Europe, a Brazilian government official said today.

A presidential summit will also be held in Cochabamba, Bolivia, at a date that is still to be decided, the spokesman for the Brazilian foreign ministry said.

The Unasur nations have expressed outrage and indignation because Morales' plane was not permitted to land in Portugal and France yesterday and had to land to refuel in Vienna.

Bolivian authorities said they were denied landing space because of unfounded speculation that former US spy contractor Edward Snowden was on board.

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Tags:  Latin America  Evo Morales  Cristina Fernández de Kirchner  UNASUR  

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