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Importance of economic relations between Nicaragua and Iran

Importance of economic relations between Nicaragua and Iran

Managua, May 12 (Prensa Latina) The deputy for the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) Adolfo Pastrán highlighted here today the importance of economic relations between Nicaragua and the Islamic Republic of Iran.
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In a dialogue with Prensa Latina, Pastrán described the Islamic and Sandinista revolutions as sisters, and pointed out that both have the same objective of multilateralism and anti-imperialism, and try to benefit their populations, especially the most humble.

Regarding the recent signing of bilateral agreements, the deputy for the FSLN caucus reported that Nicaragua has the capacity to supply the Iranian market.

“They are now interested in sugar, beef and other agricultural exchanges,” he detailed.

He informed that in the next few days a ship with oil from Iran should arrive here, which marks the beginning of this stage of cooperation, and will help to face the volatility of international markets regarding the price of oil.

“We hope that in the rest of the year the other agreements that were signed in different matters can be finalized, especially in petrochemicals and refineries, sectors in which Iran has high capacity and experience,” said the analyst.

In that sense, he alluded to the possibility that the Persian nation could start up a refinery in Nicaragua and valued the fact as a great opportunity, since it would give this Central American country great economic independence from oil from Texas, or crude from other nations, he explained.

Last week, a large delegation from the Persian nation led by the oil minister, Javab Owji, visited Nicaragua where he met with high-ranking officials from the Sandinista government.

The Iranian delegation also held a meeting with President Daniel Ortega and Deputy President Rosario Murillo, and signed three memorandums of understanding in different areas.

“We are talking about specific issues that are of interest to Nicaragua and where we are counting on the fraternal embrace and accompaniment of the people of Iran,” Ortega said during the meeting with the Persian delegation.

The agreements are linked to the trade in oil, petrochemicals, oil products, exploration and the refinery; in addition to the livestock farming sector.

car/ybvHighlight importance of economic relations between Nicaragua and Iran

Managua, May 12 (Prensa Latina) The deputy for the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) Adolfo Pastrán highlighted here today the importance of economic relations between Nicaragua and the Islamic Republic of Iran.

In a dialogue with Prensa Latina, Pastrán described the Islamic and Sandinista revolutions as sisters, and pointed out that both have the same objective of multilateralism and anti-imperialism, and try to benefit their populations, especially the most humble.

Regarding the recent signing of bilateral agreements, the deputy for the FSLN caucus reported that Nicaragua has the capacity to supply the Iranian market.

“They are now interested in sugar, beef and other agricultural exchanges,” he detailed.

He informed that in the next few days a ship with oil from Iran should arrive here, which marks the beginning of this stage of cooperation, and will help to face the volatility of international markets regarding the price of oil.

“We hope that in the rest of the year the other agreements that were signed in different matters can be finalized, especially in petrochemicals and refineries, sectors in which Iran has high capacity and experience,” said the analyst.

In that sense, he alluded to the possibility that the Persian nation could start up a refinery in Nicaragua and valued the fact as a great opportunity, since it would give this Central American country great economic independence from oil from Texas, or crude from other nations, he explained.

Last week, a large delegation from the Persian nation led by the oil minister, Javab Owji, visited Nicaragua where he met with high-ranking officials from the Sandinista government.

The Iranian delegation also held a meeting with President Daniel Ortega and Deputy President Rosario Murillo, and signed three memorandums of understanding in different areas.

“We are talking about specific issues that are of interest to Nicaragua and where we are counting on the fraternal embrace and accompaniment of the people of Iran,” Ortega said during the meeting with the Persian delegation.

The agreements are linked to the trade in oil, petrochemicals, oil products, exploration and the refinery; in addition to the livestock farming sector.

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