President Evo Morales confirmed yesterday, that the Government of India is willing to invest US$13 billion in Bolivia’s hydrocarbons sector. The statement was announced during an act in the city of Cobija, Pando.
The Head of State referred to this achievement after the first meeting he held with the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, in the city of Santa Cruz, on March 29.
During the meeting between the two leaders, a Joint Declaration was approved and eight complementary agreements were signed, that will benefit both countries. According to Morales, the areas covered the health, lithium and hydrocarbons sectors.