Jaime Aparicio-Otero

Representative of Bolivia, Organization of American States

Bolivia

Jaime Aparicio-Otero is the Ambassador of Bolivia to the Organization of American States and is a former member of the Foreign Service of Bolivia. Amb. Aparicio was President of the inter-American Juridical Committee. In 2006, he was invited by President Jimmy Carter to be the chief of the Electoral Observation Missions in Ecuador and Nicaragua. From 2002 to 2006, Amb. Aparicio served as the Ambassador of Bolivia to the United States. In 2001, he was the Executive Secretary of the newly created Summits of the Americas Secretariat. Previously, he was vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bolivia and worked at La Razon, Bolivia´s largest newspaper. Amb. Aparicio was a professor of International Law at the Catholic University of La Paz, and at the Diplomatic Academy of Bolivia.

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