Ortega sends to occupy the building where the OAS worked, but delivers equipment and furniture that was in the offices

Ortega sends to occupy the building where the OAS worked, but delivers equipment and furniture that was in the offices

The dictatorship of Daniel Ortega reported, through the Attorney General’s Office (PGR), that after the expropriation of the offices of the Organization of American States (OAS), located in Managua, it has proceeded to “formally” hand over its administrative officials the furniture, equipment, files and other belongings that were under “police protection” since last April 24.

Through a virulent press release, the PGR stated that as they stated through photographs, videos and files, “these belongings have not been used or violated by anyone.”

This Thursday, from early hours, OAS officials used two trucks and vans to move equipment, furniture and documents from their office under the surveillance of dozens of police agents, who have taken over the facilities since Sunday.

Earlier, the Ortega regime, through a letter, demanded that the administrative officers of the agency’s Managua headquarters vacate the building where the offices were located “immediately.”

Nicaragua formalized on Wednesday the expropriation of the building that the OAS rented from the sisters Luz Marina and María Auxiliadora Navarrete Guevara, one day after it declared that property, 296.1 square meters, of public utility, and after the expulsion of that organization from the country announced last Sunday by the Foreign Minister, Denis Moncada.

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Moment in which the furniture and equipment were delivered to the OAS officials. taken from the government

The State institution also described the OAS as an “infamous and destructive organization” and criticized “the gross and hypocritical conduct of the despicable colonial administrations of the OAS, which have validated, over the years, violations of our national sovereignty.” .

He accused the regional entity of “the indecent occupation and illegal usufruct of diplomatic headquarters of different countries and in different countries, as is the case of the embassies and consulates of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, which are still taken over and occupied by rebels, who serve blindly and slavishly to the Yankee imperialist government and its local henchmen”.

“These properties, as we all know, have not been returned, in accordance with diplomatic conventions that continue to violate even today,” said the PGR.

Calls Almagro an “imperial junk”

The PGR document also includes the furious speech that characterizes the designated vice president, Rosario Murillo, in which she calls the OAS Secretary General, Luis Almagro, a “deplorable and dark imperial junk,” rather than a “parade stick.” continues to create and profit from “fallacies, lies, with which they mount, in pomp and circumstance, impudent and slanderous campaigns, denying human rights, valid, urgent and essential for Life.”

“The infamy of the OAS can be studied in the Museum that we will soon open in Managua, revealing the true truth of its abhorrent actions in the sacred history of struggles in Latin America and the Caribbean,” the virulent message concluded.

Related news: Ortega demands that the OAS vacate the expropriated building “immediately”

The European Union (EU) regretted this Thursday the occupation by the Nicaraguan authorities of the OAS office in Managua, and warned that this step violates basic diplomatic norms.

“The EU deplores the recent takeover of the OAS premises by the Nicaraguan authorities,” said Nabila Massrali, spokesperson for the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrell, through her official Twitter profile.

Massrali added that “this violates basic diplomatic norms” under the 1961 Vienna Convention.

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