President Daniel Ortega received new ambassadors to Nicaragua

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Managua. – President Daniel Ortega received the credentials of new ambassadors to Nicaragua to Guatemala, Germany, Mexico, Japan and Italy, in separate ceremonies celebrating the capital’s House of Peoples.

According to the head of the Guatemalan mission, Hector Dario Gularte Estrada, currently there are better conditions to work the way of bilateral relations established on March 15, 1845, in favor of Central American integration.

For his part, the representative of Germany, Karl-Otto König, described the principal balances of financial and technical cooperation between the two countries and the contribution of resources by international organizations and the European Union (EU).

Ortega, who appreciated the support, reiterated his concern about the current crisis in the EU member countries and warned that a worsening of the problems, both in the bloc and the United States, would be a devastating blow for an increasingly interdependent world .

The president called for the implementation of the association agreement between Central America and the EU, so far ratified by the parliaments of Honduras and Nicaragua.

During the dialogue with the Mexican ambassador, had matches around the strengthening of ties in economic, commercial, cultural and combating regional insecurity.

Mexico, appreciated Ortega, has been and is a factor in the integration process of Mesoamerican peoples, from historical roots and symbols of shared identity.

The statesman stressed the common interest to address drug trafficking and organized crime, transformed into major obstacles to development, stability and peace in the region.

For Japan, the ambassador Masaharu Sato said the broad scope of the collaboration, calling invariable attitude even in the most difficult circumstances when the nation suffered severe damage by earthquake and tsunami in 2011.

In conversation with the diplomat, Ortega agreed to evaluate exemplary Japanese aid and stressed the need for peace in the world and curb the arms race.

To Fabrizio Mazza, Ambassador of Italy in the near future may increase foreign trade and investment in his country in Nicaragua, from the Association Agreement with the EU, while pursuing other bilateral exchange programs.

Saying the host dignitary, common problems, the EU seeks to save the route of Central American crisis and continue its efforts in the fight against poverty.

As outlined, the positions presented by the ambassadors says a lot of sensitivity and commitment to Nicaragua, engrossed in access to better living conditions for their people.

Prensa Latina

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