Jaime A. Aparicio Otero
Jaime Aparicio was the Permanent Representative of Bolivia to the Organization of American States (OAS), Ambassador at Large to the United Nations (UN), and Ambassador to the United States. He was a member and President of the Inter-American Juridical Committee, of which he was unanimously elected as a board member by the 34 countries of the Organization of American States (OAS). Ambassador Jaime Aparicio-Otero has been a Chief of Mission on special electoral missions for President Jimmy Carter and the Carter Center. He worked at the Organization of American States as Executive Secretary of the Summits of the Americas. In that capacity he coordinated the Summit of the 34 Heads of State of the Americas in Quebec City in 2002.
Ambassador Aparicio was Under Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Bolivia, and Director of the Newspaper “La Razon” in La Paz Bolivia.
Ambassador Aparicio has studied Law at the University of San Andres, La Paz Bolivia. He also graduated from the Diplomatic Academy of Bolivia, and from the National Institute of Political Sciences of Paris (Sciences Po). Currently, he is an international consultant on international law and human rights.