Although no concrete agreements were signed, the meeting marked the first step in developing joint projects with state and foreign capital.
"Really it was an explanation of the sector right now, of the [Bolivian government's] nationalization policy and of our projects so that the Norwegian delegates could know what is happening in Bolivia," the spokesperson said, clarifying a report from government news agency ABI.
"We have had a lot of failures in the political field, but in the hydrocarbons field we have had a lot of success," ABI quoted Solhein as saying.
Bolivia's government moved to nationalize its hydrocarbons assets in May.
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