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Nicaragua’s head of mission to the EU declared persona non grata

NICARAGUA / EUROPEAN UNION – On the initiative of the high representative of the union for foreign affairs and security policy, the Council today agreed that the head of the Mission of the Republic of Nicaragua to the European Union will be declared persona non grata.

This is a reciprocal response to the decision by the Nicaraguan government on 28 September to declare the head of the EU Delegation to Nicaragua as persona non grata. The EU considers the Nicaraguan decision unwarranted.

The EU reaffirms its continued commitment to the Nicaraguan people and to defending democracy, the rule of law and human rights. The current political crisis in Nicaragua should be resolved through genuine dialogue between the government and opposition. The EU remains open to dialogue with Nicaragua, provided that this dialogue is conducted in a respectful manner.



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