They accept the resignation of the UK ambassador after an interview in what appears to be a moral case

The Executive Branch accepted the resignation submitted by Paraguay’s ambassador to the United Kingdom, Gennaro Vicente Pappalardo Ayala, after a telephone interview in which he was apparently overheard drunk.

The President of the Republic, Mario Abdo Benitez, has accepted the resignation submitted by Paraguay’s ambassador to the United Kingdom, Gennaro Vicente Papalardo Ayala.

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Pappalardo has served as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Paraguay to the Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and concurrently with the Governments of Ireland, Iceland, and the Kingdom of Norway.

His resignation follows a conversation with journalist Carlos Martini, who contacted him to consult about preparations for the coronation of King Carlos III of the United Kingdom and Queen Camilla earlier this month.

However, the ambassador’s responses were vague and it is believed that he was drunk because of his tone of voice. Rather, he contradicted himself in several sayings, asserting that the king does not possess.

Decree No. 9304 provides for the retirement status of Ambassador Gennaro Pappalardo in the Diplomatic and Consular Service of the Republic of Paraguay.

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