The plane of the Mexican Air Force in which Evo Morales travels took off in the early hours of the international airport of Asunción, Paraguay, bound for Mexico, a country that offered him political asylum.
According to news reports on social networks and international agencies, the Evo Morales plane remained for a few hours in Paraguay, where he arrived at dawn and remained several hours after leaving Bolivia.
According to some local media, the device left for Mexico and was forced to make land in Paraguay because it did not have authorization to fly over the Peruvian sky.
On Monday, Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said he received a call from the former Bolivian president, in which he responded to Mexico's invitation for political asylum for humanitarian reasons, which he accepted and made the formal request.
Evo Morales resigned as president of Bolivia last Sunday.
Morales is expected to arrive on Tuesday morning in Mexican lands, after a trip that will last from 7 to 8 hours.