The Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America – Peoples’ Trade Treaty (ALBA-TCP) expressed this Sunday its support for the Government of Nicaragua after its “sovereign” decision to expel the Organization of American States (OAS).
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Government of Nicaragua announces the expulsion of the OAS from its territory
The executive secretary of ALBA-TCP, Sacha Llorenti, stressed on his Twitter social network account that this institution supports “the worthy, coherent and sovereign decision of the Government of Reconciliation and National Unity of the Republic of Nicaragua to expel the OAS and to stop being part of its mechanisms”.
This Sunday, the Nicaraguan Foreign Minister, Denis Moncada, ratified the “invariable decision” of the Government of President Daniel Ortega to leave that inter-American organization, a process that began in November 2021.
The Executive Secretary of the @ALBATCP supports the dignified, coherent and sovereign decision of the Government of Reconciliation and National Unity of the Republic of Nicaragua to expel the @OEA_oficial and to stop being part of its mechanisms. pic.twitter.com/x2pM90l7y1
— Sacha Llorenti (@SachaLlorenti)
April 25, 2022
Likewise, it announced that it is withdrawing the credentials of its representatives before the OAS, based in Washington, United States (USA).
“Nor will this infamous body have offices in our country. Its headquarters have been closed. Nicaragua is nobody’s colony,” said the Nicaraguan foreign minister.
In a statement, the ALBA-TCP also expressed that it condemns “the attacks and repeated destabilizing attempts” against the Sandinista government by the US and the OAS, which have promoted unilateral coercive measures to try to interfere in internal affairs.
The organization ratified its unconditional support for the Central American nation, “in its decision to continue defending sovereignty, peace and the notable social, economic, security and national unity progress achieved.”
Disclaimer: Via Telesur – Translated by RJ983
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