Bolivia became a Party to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control on December 14, 2005. Meetings of authorities or former authorities with the tobacco industry are considered a routine part of equitable treatment and balancing of certain tobacco control standards. Hence, there is no public information, neither on the web pages of the ministries nor in the news, where these meetings or their content is evidenced or verified. The accreditation of the tobacco industry in Bolivia is given only to the institutions that have to do with industry and production, such as the Ministry of Productive Development and Plural Economy or the Ministry of Rural Development and Lands. In no case, the Ministry of Health and Sports has the registry and the accreditation of entities of the tobacco industry or pressure groups.