Undoubtedly, the new term of the Executive Director of the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) will have close support from the Asian country, as President Xi Jinping himself has shown his satisfaction with the restoration of diplomatic relations and the recognition of one China.
The delegation that attended the swearing-in of the country’s top leadership positions, headed by Cao Jianming, Vice Chairman of the National People’s Congress, praised the leadership of the Sandinista National Liberation Front in projects for the benefit of citizens and the promotion of social and economic development.
“Our aim is to give progress to the continuity that we brought before April 2018 (…) to the Chinese revolution and the Sandinista revolution the same north, the path and destination that is poverty eradication,” Ortega said from Managua, before registering international delegates.
At the swearing-in ceremony attended by three presidents: Miguel Diaz-Canel of Cuba; Nicolas Maduro, of Venezuela, and Juan Orlando Hernandez, of Honduras, indicated his commitment to continuing the struggle to defend sovereignty, independence and self-determination.
The president, who was re-elected for his fourth consecutive term in the November 7 elections, warned that peacebuilding is an indispensable tool in infrastructure development, job creation, access to basic services and security.
Likewise, the United States government has demanded respect for the ruling of 27 June 1986 of the International Court of Justice, which provided that Nicaragua be compensated for financing and organizing military activities against the government and people of the nation.
He added, “They say they respect the law, and therefore US President Joe Biden has the opportunity at this time to make a historic and brave turn to compensate us. It is an act of justice, not charity.” Chief of state.
This January 10 marked the ratification of the popular decision and the reaffirmation of the Christian, socialist and solidarity model, the continuity of responsible administration and the institutional political will of a government committed to the demands of Nicaraguan society, emphasized academic Jonathan Flores.
For the Professor of Philosophy and Scientific Research at the Autonomous University of Nicaragua (UNAN-Managua), each territory determines its foreign policy in a sovereign way and the restoration of relations with China opens, in his opinion, the possibility of creating new markets and diplomatic relations in that region.
Likewise, China has many cooperation agreements with Latin American and Caribbean countries, which began in Nicaragua in the 1960s, continued after the victory of the Sandinista Revolution on July 19, 1979, and experienced a sudden interruption in 1990.
The new period 2022-2027 is also progressing with other changes in foreign policy, among them the process of exiting the Organization of American States, a decision taken by the various state authorities in the face of repeated violations committed by the regional forum.
“Nicaragua has taken a position that respects the will, decisions and self-determination of all countries of the world, especially since 1979, and is committed to the principles of friendship, integration and reciprocity with the peoples of the world,” he said. Latin Press.
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