Protesters in Potosí and the Bolivian government resolve a three-week disagreement.
Bolivian authorities say that weaponry that were found stored were sent clandestinely by the Government of Argentina led by President Mauricio Macri in November 2019 to support the ousting of Evo Morales and that they were used to repress Morales' supporters. Aside from Macri, his ministers Patricia Bullrich, Oscar Aguad and Jorge Faurie are also accused of aiding the Bolivian interim government of Jeanine Áñez.
Bolivia and Chile agree on a deal to return home hundreds of Bolivian migrants stranded at a makeshift camp in Santiago. The migrants will be transported to Iquique where they will spend 14 days in quarantine before finally returning to Bolivia.
Bolivian president Evo Morales calls the Eurozone for a violation of international law and threatens to close down the U.S. embassy in Bolivia after the episode of having his official airplane being refused to land "en route" to Vienna, amid suspicions of having former NSA employee Edward Snowden on board. Ambassadors of France, Italy, Spain and Portugal are summoned to give full explanations.
Bolivia takes steps to ensure that Ahmad Vahidi, the Iranian Minister of Defence, leaves the country as soon as possible following a complaint from Argentina who believed that he was responsible for the 1994 bombing of a Jewish Community City in Buenos Aires.