From NAM Nicaragua advocates for international relations based on respect
“Establish a new international relations contract based on respect, dialogue, understanding, security, sovereignty, peace, cooperation, progress without interference and working on a level of equality; in order to achieve a global consensus that allows our peoples to implement the sustainable 2030 agenda”, was the call made by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Nicaragua, Denis Moncada Colindres.
Likewise, from the Baku Convention Center, located in Azerbaijan, he ratified his interest in defending the principles of Bandung, “to ensure an adequate and concerted response to the challenges of the contemporary world”, where there are claims of interference against the peoples.
During his speech at the XVIII Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) he said that “unilateralism intends to impose itself before multilateralism and international law”.
“There should no longer be room in the world for destabilizing plans and coups against our legitimate governments, we express our militant solidarity with the peoples and governments of the sister Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the Republic of Cuba and the peoples fighting for their independence sovereignty and self-determination”, he said.
Similarly, Denis Moncada urged the international community to “respect the personality, sovereignty and independence” of the States, in that line expressed his gratitude to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela for its leadership, while acknowledging the leading role of the president of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro at the head of the NAM.