The headquarters of the Venezuelan Embassy in Bolivia were taken last Sunday, by "hood," after President Evo Morale's departure under military and police pressure, said the Legislature's chief, Crisbeylee González, quoted by the state agency ABI.
González condemned the attacks from opposition sectors, which he described as "hooded" and which used dynamite to take his country's diplomatic headquarters in Bolivian territory.
"With Dynamite, with a hood with shields, has taken the Venezuelan embassy in Bolivia. We are safe and secure, but they want to do a massacre with us. Help us condemn this barbarism," the diplomat told ABI. [1