Moncada highlighted the importance of celebrating in Moscow, along with his delegation, this July 19 when Nicaragua celebrates the 42nd anniversary of the triumph of the Sandinista Popular Revolution, which marked ‘a milestone in the continued liberation process of our country,’ he said.
The Nicaraguan diplomat considered that the political dialogue between the two countries is being carried out successfully at the highest level. There is a close parliamentary coordination, while the expansion of the legal framework of the bilateral ties is being promoted.
Regarding the fight against Covid-19, Managua received the first batches of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in May and June, but new agreements were established to send other Russian vaccines to the country.
According to the Nicaraguan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, both countries agree on their commitment to strictly comply with the regulations and principles of international law, especially the United Nations Charter, in favor of strengthening the central role of the UN and its Security Council.
Russia has reiterated its solidarity with the Nicaraguan Government and the people and has condemned any form of isolation and pressure against that sovereign State, in addition to supporting the Nicaraguans’ right to independently determine the destiny of his country.