The Authorities of Colombia is learning actions in opposition to its ambassador in Nicaragua, Leon Fredy Munoz, after it was reported that the diplomat had participated within the marches final Friday in commemoration of the forty fourth anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution.
The Colombian Ministry is evaluating the scenario relating to this motion that takes place days earlier than the studying of the ruling of the Worldwide Court docket of Justice within the final pending lawsuit initiated by Nicaragua for the dispute that each nations maintain over the ocean, studies the radio station W Radio.
Munoz, in accordance with photographs revealed on social networks, would have attended the march and would have made a sequence of statements indicating that the anniversary is “admirable.” “It’s a completely happy, lovely, sort folks and above all a folks that’s satisfied of its revolution. I’m pleasantly stunned and I ratify it right here, this commemoration of July 7 is an excellent factor,” he mentioned, in accordance with the Nicaraguan newspaper ‘La Press’.
Former Nicaraguan ambassador to the Group of American States (OAS) Arturo McFields Yescas has criticized Munoz’s attendance on the march, stating that “he was celebrating the crimes of (Nicaraguan President) Daniel Ortega.”
Likewise, it has requested the Colombian president, Gustavo Petro, to withdraw his ambassador in Managua for “defending and calling ‘admirable’ and ‘great’ a felony dictatorship liable for 355 murders and different crimes in opposition to humanity.”
“Article 41 of the Vienna Conference states that diplomats shouldn’t ‘intrude within the inside affairs of a State,’ a lot much less political points,” McFields Tinder has criticized on his profile on the social community Twitter.
From the USA, Florida Senator Marco Rubio has condemned the ambassador’s statements after collaborating within the march, contemplating it a “severe insult.”
“It’s inconceivable that the ambassador of the Petro Authorities applauds a Marxist and bloody revolution. It’s a severe insult to all Nicaraguans and exiles who nonetheless endure the repercussions of the Sandinistas,” Rubio mentioned.