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Bolivia Refuses To Let DEA Fly Over Its Land

The DEA continues to bump up against some reluctant partners in South America. In this instance, Bolivia isn’t budging.

President Morales

President Morales

The Associated Press
LA PAZ, Bolivia — Bolivian President Evo Morales has rejected a request from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration to fly anti-narcotics missions over the South American nation’s territory, state media reported Thursday.
The Bolivian Information Agency said Morales instructed his government to deny a written request from U.S. officials for a surveillance flight.
“Two days ago I received a letter from the U.S. DEA asking a government institution for permission to fly over national territory,” the agency quoted Morales as saying.
“I want to say publicly to our authorities: They are not authorized to give permission so that the DEA can fly over Bolivian territory.”
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