Government of Nicaragua decided to “recall” its ambassador to Argentina, Carlos Midens.Due to the statements and revelations of President-elect Javier Mili, he promised not to “promote” relations with the Central American country, letting go of his hatred of non-capitalist countries.
“The installation and seizure of a new government in the Argentine Republic, the inauguration on December 10 and in the face of the continuous statements and revelations of the new rulers, Nicaragua’s Government of Reconciliation and National Unity has fired its ambassador, fellow author and communicologist Carlos Midens.“The Nicaraguan Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement published this Monday.
The decision is framed as being made “immediately” before Milei takes office A response to the president-elect’s statements about the Central American country led by Daniel Ortega.
“I will not develop relations with Communists, Cuba, Venezuela, North Korea, Nicaragua, or China.” Miley said repeatedly during the presidential campaign.
Likewise, soon after winning the election, the future president, Diana Mondino, made the promise “Argentina’s separation from the communist axis would be total,” following a Cold War script. . “Not only will Argentina break ties with the three socialist dictatorships in Latin America and the Iranian Islamic dictatorship, Argentina will not join the BRICS,” he signed.
And, in another gesture of indifference, The president-elect did not invite Presidents Daniel Ortega, Miguel Díaz-Canel (Cuba), Nicolás Maduro (Venezuela) and Ebrahim Raisi (Iran) to the official investiture ceremony scheduled for December 10.According to the far-right, they should avoid congratulating and sharing a photo with rulers who systematically violate human rights in their countries and support terrorist organizations like Hamas and Hezbollah.
Despite Miley’s misfortunes, On November 20, the Nicaraguan government congratulated the leader of La Libertad Avança (LLA).And to the people of Argentina “for their exemplary and peaceful election day”, wishing them “well-being”.
In the message, signed by Ortega and his wife, Vice President Rosario Murillo, the presidential couple said they were “defenders of the principles of non-intervention, respect for people’s sovereignty and right to self-determination”.
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