President Ram Nath Kovind on Friday held wide-ranging talks with his Bolivian counterpart Evo Morales on a number of bilateral issues such as economy, space, IT and traditional medicines.
It was the first-ever presidential-level visit between the two countries.
Kovind is on a three-day visit to Bolivia, India's first high-level visit to the Latin American country since the establishment of diplomatic ties.
External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said in a tweet: "In first ever Presidential level visit between India and Bolivia wide ranging discussions were held between #PresidentKovind and Bolivian President Evo Morales on political economic and cultural issues including space, mining, IT, pharmaceutical and traditional medicines".
Kovind, during his three-day visit to Bolivia, will also participate in an India-Bolivia business meet, address university students and interact with the Indian community.
On March 30, he will head to Chile to hold talks with his Chilean counterpart Sebasti n Pi era.
The President is on a three-nation tour to strengthen India's ties in key sectors such as trade, investment and renewable energy. He was in Croatia from March 25-28.
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