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Ortega appoints Tatiana García as his ambassador to Jordan, his fourth diplomatic representation in Asia

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Ortega appoints Tatiana García as his ambassador to Jordan, his fourth diplomatic representation in Asia

The regime of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo appointed its “super ambassador” Tatiana Garcia Silva as Nicaragua’s new representative to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, an Arab nation. With this recent delivery, the Ortega official now has four diplomatic headquarters on the Asian continent.

This Friday, May 17, during her afternoon speech broadcast in the official media, the vice dictator announced that she felt “very proud” of the work of García, who is concurrently in Ankara, Türkiye.

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The spokesperson for the Sandinista dictatorship sent her greetings and thanks to the Jordanian ruler, the king Abdullah II bin Al-Husseinto his prime minister, Bisher Al-Khasawnehand to the chancellor Ayman Safadi.

Murillo also highlighted the visit of the Jordanian ambassador Adli Qasem Alkhaledi, who has been in Nicaragua since last May 7, to deliver his style copies to Foreign Minister Denis Moncada Colindres. The diplomat stated that he is in the country to “explore the wealth and culture” and thanked Ortega’s “support” for Palestine.

At the beginning of this week, the Ortega dictatorship appointed García as its diplomatic representative in Turkmenistan, a country described by international humanitarian organizations as “authoritarian and repressive.”

Dictatorship appoints Tatiana García as ambassador of Turkmenistan to strengthen relations with Asian countries. Photo: Article 66.
Dictatorship appoints Tatiana García as ambassador of Turkmenistan to strengthen relations with Asian countries. Photo: Article 66.

Previously, the Sandinista official served as ambassador in Egypt and Türkiye, two diplomatic legations that Ortega stripped from Mohamed Farrara Lashtar, nephew of the late Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi. This seems to be an attempt by the Nicaraguan dictator to get rid of the burden inherited by Gaddafi, his international benefactor in the 90s, when Ortega was in the opposition and did not work either.

García also worked in the department of technical monitoring of cooperation projects in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nicaragua (MINREX) and has been deputy director of Ceremonial and Protocol and head of the Directorate of Youth Participation in the Foreign Ministry.

Carlos Díaz presented credentials

Another of the announcements released by the first lady was that the Nicaraguan ambassador to Sahrawi Democratic Arabia, Carlos Diaz Moreirawill deliver his credentials and style copies to President Brahim Gali, next Sunday, May 19.

In December of last year, the Sandinista dictatorship appointed Díaz as its diplomatic representative in the Algerian Democratic Republic, in Africa. The former leader of the National Union of Students of Nicaragua (UNEN) debuted in the foreign service without any type of experience.

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Díaz is one of the former university leaders of UNEN, the political arm of the dictatorship in public universities, who are rewarded with positions in the foreign service despite having no knowledge of diplomacy studies.

Since last year, the Nicaraguan regime has “desperately” tried to establish closer diplomatic relations with countries where the United States, the European Union and other international human rights organizations have less influence, thus avoiding criticism of its dictatorial form of government.

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