the hague - Chile does not have to negotiate with neighboring Bolivia on a corridor to the Pacific Ocean. The International Court of Appeal in The Hague ruled this on Monday. The verdict is a setback for the government of President Evo Morales of Bolivia.
Bolivia has been completely wedged between other countries since the end of the War of Salmon in 1884. Since then, Chile and Bolivia have consulted repeatedly on a corridor to the ocean, but without result.
Bolivia is one of the largest producers of tin in the world.