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"What should prevail in our country is always dialogue and not the use of force," Interior Minister Del Castillo said.
Bolivia's Economy Minister Marcelo Montenegro Tuesday reaffirmed the willingness of President Luis Arce's administration to reach an agreement with the public transportation workers who called for a national strike.
Pointing out the government's efforts to facilitate the rescheduling of debt payments, Montenegro warned that debt postponement does not help economic recovery and may hamper subsequent loans.
"We support the resumption of talks so that each and every Bolivian can reach their workplaces and the economy can boost," Interior Minister Eduardo Del Castillo said.
"What should prevail in our country is always dialogue and not the use of force. The national government once again calls on each and every one of the sectors that are mobilized to reestablish the talks."