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Mexico's Foreign Ministry on Wednesday requested a meeting with Bolivia's charge d'affaires to protest the "harassment and intimidation" of its diplomatic personnel in the Bolivian city La Paz.
Since Monday, Mexico has accused Bolivia of ramping up police presence outside its embassy and intimidating diplomats.
Mexico's Foreign Ministry said it called a meeting for Thursday so that the Bolivian charge d'affaires can "explain the behavior of Bolivian authorities," the ministry said in a statement.
It added that nine people are being housed in diplomatic facilities in Bolivia under Mexico's protection.
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