Ortega promotes Sandy Dávila in Japan from consul to ambassador

Ortega promotes Sandy Dávila in Japan from consul to ambassador

The regime of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo promoted Sandy Anabel Dávila Sandoval as ambassador of the Nicaraguan delegation in the Asian country, according to presidential agreement 125-2022, published in The Official Gazette No. 150 This Friday, August 12, 2022, Dávila was appointed Minister Counselor with consular functions on March 7 of this year.

Before assuming the position of consul, he also served at Ortega’s embassy in the Vatican from September 2021 until his appointment in Asia. This change in the Holy See occurred at the time of the expulsion of the apostolic nuncio in Nicaragua, Monsignor Waldemar Stanislaw Sommertag.

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Dávila served as Secretary of Acts and Agreements of the Workers’ Union of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nicaragua, according to a certification from the Ministry of Labor published on October 2, 2020. In August 2010, she was appointed head of the Division of Ceremonial of the Secretary of State Ceremonial and Protocol in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In May 2017, she was transferred as head of the Gender Unit of the Foreign Ministry.

The new ambassador to Japan, Sandy Dávila, graduated from the Educational Sciences major in English in 2004 at the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua (UNAN-Managua).

Sandy Dávila was appointed by Daniel Ortega in the position since last August 5, as stated in the presidential agreement, but the same takes effect until this Friday, August 12, seven days after its publication in La Gaceta.

Japan was the ninth place of origin of imports from Nicaragua and was the thirteenth country of destination for exports. The Asian country mainly sells coffee, beef tongue, sesame, tobacco, rum, among other products. Nicaraguan coffee is gaining more and more popularity in Japan due to the rise of specialty coffee. Starting this year, one of the largest coffeehouse chains in the world, Starbucks Japan, began selling Nicaraguan “single-origin” coffee, of Nicaraguan origin.



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