President of Bolivia promotes the reactivation of Unasur and proposes a common currency

Luis Arce made a call to reactivate Unasur and promote an alternative to the dollar to boost regional trade

The president of Bolivia, Luis Arce, urges the reactivation of the Union of South American Nations (Unasur) through the creation of a common currency as an alternative to the dollar to promote regional trade.

In a video released on his social networks in commemoration of the anniversary of the regional bloc, Arce highlights that Unasur represents a genuine hope to achieve unity in the south.

Arce emphasizes that the reactivation of Unasur will allow us to resume the path of fraternity, solidarity, reciprocity and fair and equitable relations, recognizing the diversity of the countries of the south and promoting their own identities and voices.

In addition, it maintains that strengthening and reactivating Unasur will allow the countries of South America to integrate into a multipolar world, based on the principle of solidarity and collectively contributing to multilateralism, in defense of life, peace, human rights and the environment.

Arce mentions that in the midst of the multiple crises of the capitalist system, Unasur offers an ideal space to achieve economic and monetary integration.

In this sense, he proposes the elimination of trade barriers in Latin America and the Caribbean, and considers the adoption of a common currency as a real and viable alternative to the dollar as a response to the crises facing the region.

K. Tovar

Source: Descifrado

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