Bolivia Declares Israel A ‘Terrorist State’

Bolivian President Evo Morales declared Israel a “terrorist state,” Wednesday, because of the ongoing offensive in the Gaza Strip. Israeli citizens will now be required to obtain a visa before traveling to Bolivia. Previously, under a 1972 agreement, which Morales denounced for being “signed under a dictatorial regime,” Israelis could travel freely into Bolivia without having to obtain a visa, according to La Razón. Israel is now considered a “group 3” country, meaning visa applications must be reviewed by the National Migration Administration. “In other words we are declaring (Israel)…

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