Cartagena, Jan 5.- Former Uruguayan President Jose Mujica noted at a meeting to review Colombia's Peace Agreement that the cost of tolerance is infinitively lower than the cost of war.
Guatemala, Jan 4.- The Guatemalan population update their data today or register themselves for the referendum scheduled for April 15th to settle the conflict with Belize.
Havana, Jan 3.- The Organization of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), congratulated Cuba for the 59 anniversary of the victory of the Revolution and expressed the willingness to further strengthen ties with this Caribbean nation.
La Paz, Jan 3.- Bolivian President Evo Morales participated today in the inauguration of the new judicial authorities elected last December 3 by popular vote.
Mexico, Jan 1.- Mexicans begin 2018 amid a discordant scenario, of lawsuits between politicians who aspire to the presidency and the persistent threats of US President Donald Trump to cancel the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
Beijing, Dec 29.- China's foreign trade will exceed four billion dollars this year, accounting for a 12-percent increase compared to 2016, the government reported today.
La Paz, Dec 26.- Bolivian President Evo Morales inaugurated the Publishing House of the Plurinational State in El Alto, which will perpetuate the historical and cultural memory of the country by printing books and other materials.
Montevideo, Dec 21.- Uruguay and Cameroon signed a joint statement at the United Nations headquarters in New York, through which they established diplomatic relations, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement today.
Brasilia, Dec 20.- Representatives of the member nations of MERCOSUR continue today the preparatory meetings of the 51st biannual Summit of the sub-regional bloc, with the aim of sealing a trade agreement with the European Union (EU) tomorrow, which is still uncertain after long years of negotiations.
Quito, Dec 13.- The Government of Ecuador ratified that maintained the status of protection to our hiring process Australian Julian Assange, who remains isolated from 2012 in Quito's embassy in London, today confirmed the Chancery.