Faced with the new sanctions carried out by the US against Nicaragua, ALBA-TCP stands in solidarity with the Nicaraguan State.

ALBA-TCP denounces the interventionist actions of the United States against Nicaragua.

The Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-People’s Trade Treaty (ALBA-TCP), spoke out against the unilateral coercive measures imposed on Nicaragua by the United States Government.

“The member states of the Bolivarian Alliance for the People of Our America-People’s Trade Agreement (ALBA-TCP) categorically reject the new arsenal of unilateral and illegal sanctions that the United States government has imposed on citizens and companies. Nicaraguans,” cited the statement from the regional organization.

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In that sense, he added: “In less than two months, Washington is once again attacking this sister nation, a member of our Bolivarian Alliance, through a series of unilateral coercive measures directed against companies, such as the International Mining Company and Capital Mining. Investment Nicaragua and more than 250 public officials, including police, prosecutors, judges, among others.”

“The Bolivarian Alliance demands respect for the sovereignty of the free peoples of Our America and the Caribbean, while reaffirming its unrestricted support and solidarity with the people and the Government of Reconciliation and National Unity of the Republic of Nicaragua,” he said.

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The ALBA-TCP in its official statement warned that “these joint measures of the Departments of State and Treasury of the United States seek to alter the economic and political stability of this country, to hinder its legitimate right to development.”

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Likewise, he specified that the United States also “attacks and issues sanctions against institutions of other States that carry out economic activities in Nicaraguan territory, disrespecting Nicaragua’s sovereign right to choose its commercial allies and international investors.”