Signing of an agreement between Russia and Nicaragua to "counteract" sanctions is a "mediocre strategy"

Signing of an agreement between Russia and Nicaragua to “counteract” sanctions is a “mediocre strategy”

Opponents of the dictatorship of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo reacted to the signing of the “agreement to counteract sanctions” between Russia and Nicaragua. Although Ortega minimizes the impact of the sanctions, this document is an example of the importance that the regime gives to the actions of the international community.

The sports reporter and political exile, Miguel Mendoza, spoke on his X account. He stated that “it is good news” because the sanctions have not been against Nicaragua; but against those complicit in crimes against humanity.

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“If the Ortega and Murillo sign an agreement with Russia to counteract sanctions, it means that all the ‘prize winners’ who cannot have bank accounts will convert their dollars into chachero rubles and send them to the Kingdom of Reputin,” the opponent wrote in his account. the social network.

For his part, former presidential candidate and exiled politician Miguel Mora mentioned that the signing of this agreement is a sign that “Rosario Murillo is crying out for sanctions from the United States.”

The former ambassador of Nicaragua to the Organization of American States (OAS), Arturo McFields, considers that “the Russian umbrella does not stop the rain of sanctions” against the dictatorship of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo.

«It’s just a mediocre media strategy. What Nicaragua needs are not empty agreements, but democracy, human rights and freedom,” he stated in X.

The Russia Nicaragua “agreement”

The regime of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo unified “a front” with the Russian Federation by signing a joint declaration “on the means and modalities to counteract, mitigate and compensate for the negative consequences of unilateral coercive measures” imposed on Nicaragua by others. State.

At the ceremony, held on Monday, April 22, in Moscow, the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Laureano Ortega Murillo, presidential advisor and special representative of the president for Affairs with Russia, signed the document, an occupation that, in the case of Nicaragua, should be carried out by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Denis Moncada Colindres.

One of the guidelines that the Ortega regime and the Putin dictatorship stipulated to “counteract, mitigate and repair the adverse impacts” of the sanctions was that “unilateral coercive measures, including those of an extraterritorial nature, applied by a third party, should not be recognized or applied.” State, group or association of States or violations of the Charter of the United Nations or international law.



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