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ALBA-TCP supports Nicaragua’s decision to leave OAS

ALBA-TCP supports Nicaragua’s decision to leave OAS

Caracas, Nov 19 (Prensa Latina) The executive secretary of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-Peoples' Trade Agreement (ALBA-TCP), Sacha Llorenti, today supported Nicaragua's decision to leave the Organization of American States (OAS).
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“Nicaragua’s sovereign decision to withdraw from the OAS is a worthy response to the constant attempts of that organization to commit acts of interference,” Llorenti said on his Twitter account.

The Ministry of Foreign Relations of the Central American country sent this Friday a letter of complaint to the secretary general of the regional organization, Luis Almagro, informing him of the determination to permanently withdraw from that regional forum.

In this regard, the Nicaraguan Foreign Minister, Denis Moncada, recalled the pronouncements condemning the interventionist actions of the OAS, from state powers such as the National Assembly, the Supreme Court of Justice and the National Electoral Council.

In his opinion, this organization is a political-diplomatic forum, emerged under the influence of the United States as an instrument of interference and intervention, and its position towards Nicaragua demonstrates its mission as a facilitator of Washington’s hegemony and its interventionism in Latin America and the Caribbean. .

The holder recalled the continuous condemnations and rejection of the actions of the OAS in the face of its disrespect for the defense of sovereignty, independence, self-determination, the right of the Nicaraguan people to select their government and define their policies, the internal ordering and institutional framework and the international standards. Likewise, he underlined the irrevocable, dignified and patriotic will of the Nicaraguan people and government to abandon that political space, captive of the northern country, instrumentalized in favor of their interests and promoter of interference, coups and disagreements in various settings in the region.


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