Boric reiterates Chile will support sanctions against Russians in international organizations

"We will take a clear position of respect for human rights and international law and humbly advocate dialogue and cessation of hostilities, and we are talking with the Ukrainian representative in Chile to see how we can provide some assistance," he said.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Gabriel Boric on Monday announced the broad outlines of his foreign policy and reiterated his desire to advance regional integration so that Latin America "once again has a voice in the world."

At a press conference with foreign correspondents in La Moneda, the young president spoke about the mass exodus of Venezuelans, the climate crisis, relations with Bolivia on the eve of the Silala River hearings, the war in Ukraine, and the need to build solid and lasting regional organizations.

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