As we have already said, the responsibility of our generation is to give the next a fairer and more human world.
That will only be achieved if we work together to consolidate a multipolar world, with common rules, defending multilateralism and the principles and purposes of the Charter of the United Nations and International Law.
Sisters and brothers, in Bolivia we have taken very important steps:
We are the country with the highest economic growth in South America, with an average of 4.9% in the last six years.
Between 2005 and 2019, the Gross Domestic Product increased from $9.574 billion to $40.885 billion.
We have the lowest unemployment in the region. It fell from 8.1% in 2005 to 4.2% in 2018.
Extreme poverty fell from 38.2% to 15.2% in 13 years.
Life expectancy increased by 9 years.
The minimum wage rose from $60 to $310.
The gender gap in land titling for women was reduced. 138,788 women received land in 2005 and 1,011,249 up to 2018.
Bolivia ranks third country in the world with the highest participation of women in Parliament. More than 50% of Parliament is made up of women.
Bolivia was declared a territory free of illiteracy in 2008.
School dropout rate fell from 4.5% to 1.5% between 2005 and 2018.
The infant mortality rate was reduced by 56%.
We are in the process of implementing the Universal Health System, which will guarantee that 100% of Bolivians access a free, dignified service, with quality and warmth.