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Nicaragua has given Russia permission for Russian troops to enter the country.

Nicaragua is 1600 mils from the Texan border in Central America.

The President of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, signed a degree on June 8th 2022 which allows Russian troops to carry out law enforcement duties, “humanitarian aid, rescue and search missions in emergencies or natural disasters.”

Maria Zakharova, a Russian spokeswoman, made the following statement regarding the activities in Nicaragua:

“We are talking about a routine – twice a year – procedure for the adoption of a Nicaraguan law on the temporary admission of foreign military personnel to its territory in order to develop cooperation in various areas, including humanitarian and emergency responses, combatting organised crime and drug trafficking.”

She also made a note that the law also authorises troops from the US, Mexico, and other Central American countries for such purposes.

According to CBS News on June 11th, the authorisation of Russian troops, planes, and ships has been given for them to deploy to Nicaragua for purposes of training, law enforcement or emergency response.

The Nicaraguan government has also authorised the presence of small contingents of Russian troops for “exchange of experiences and training.”

Daniel Ortega, a former Marxist guerrilla, has allegedly been a steadfast ally of Russia since his days in the leadership of the 1979 revolution that saw dictator Anastasio Somoza removed. Ortega was the president from 1985 to 1990, before his return to re-elected power in 2007.

During his governance, dozens of political opposition leaders, including most of the potential presidential candidates were arrested during the preceding months to his re-election to a fourth consecutive term last year in a crackdown on critical media. 

Dozens of nongovernmental groups that he has accused of working on behalf of foreign interests to destabilise Ortega’s government have been shut down. Tens of thousands of Nicaraguan people have been chased into exile.

The Biden State Department allegedly added the Nicaraguan government officials to the ‘Corrupt and Undemocratic List’ on March 9th 2022 – which bars them from entering the country.

March 9th was also the day that the State Department issued a ‘disinformation statement’ claiming there are no biolabs in Ukraine despite Victoria Nuland from the State Department admitting just before hand that there were bio labs in Ukraine, the day prior to the congressional testimony.

Ten days after that, Nicaragua publicly called for the US to be investigated for its biological activity in Ukraine.

A Reuters article from March 10th 2022 on the topic reads:

“WASHINGTON, March 9 (Reuters) – The US government on Wednesday barred nine Nicaraguan lawmakers, officials and judges from entry into the United States, accusing them of undermining democracy in the Central American country, the state Department said.

The nine Nicaraguans were added to the Corrupt and Undemocratic Actors list, which generally makes those named ineligible for visas and admission to the United States, State Department spokesman Ned Price said in a statement.”

Those named among them were Nicaraguan Supreme Electoral Council President Isabel Rocha Chacon, Nicaraguan National Assembly member Edwin Ramon Castro Rivera, and judge Karen Vanessa Chavarria Morales, according to Price.

Nicaragua responded to the Biden State Department’s declaration of displeasure by calling for the investigation of US biological activity due to the findings from Russia in Ukraine.

Adolfo from the Sandinista National Liberation Front party said, “It is not only the United States who has the obligation and responsibility to provide an explanation. The UN and Europe have a duty to take action on this issue rather than turn a blind eye. 

This discovery (of US biolabs in Ukraine) confirms Russian discourse and gives grounds for its position. The time is right to clear things up, because the world needs a peaceful life without threats.”

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