The President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, rejected an eventual military attack on Syria and the use of chemical weapons in that country, and considers that the United States pokes into that conflict, in a Wednesday Press Conference."We reject, we condemn, foreign military intervention,and its likelyhood in Syria, as well as "we do not accept the use of chemical agents which, reportedly, just come from groups that destabilize democracy, and its Government in Syria," he said at the presidential Quemado Palace, in La Paz.Morales, a strong critic of Washington, said that the Syrian case should be cause for reflection because "Now the United States no longer uses just coups, because it can not impose military dictatorships (but) finances the division of peoples and when it intensifies prepares military interventions"."Now we wonder and ask, in whos hands is Libyan oil today?." It is no longer in the hands of Libyans, and the (US) interests is just in those natural resources", to overcome its crisis, abounded.In this sense, "the talk by Presidents like (American, Barack) Obama that only prepare wars its to save its countries from its financial crisis, its economic crisis, appropriating natural resources in some countries, trying to divide them".Morales is in solidarity with Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad from 2010 when rejected a resolution of the general Assembly of the United Nations which condemned the violence then in Syria. The UN document criticizing alleged human rights violations and the use of weapons of war by the regime of Al-Assad against the civilian population.