By Joana Carvalho
International relations specialists maintain that the end of a conflict of more than ten years between the neighboring countries will allow the creation of an agreed agenda and integration between both parties.
The Foreign Ministry led different meetings during today in which they referred to the ruling of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) of The Hague, regarding the rights of use of the Silala River.
Radio y Diario Universidad de Chile spoke with experts in international relations who assured that the verdict of the international organization means the beginning of a new stage in bilateral relations . . .
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