In just one month, the Government of Nicaragua has acquired 500 Chinese-made buses.

With the acquisition of the new fleet of 250 buses, Nicaragua has 500 Chinese-made vehicles that join the strengthening of Public Transportation, which the Government of Daniel Ortega has been consolidating in the Latin American nation.

The arrival of the new fleet of buses is part of the agreements of the Nicaraguan government with the company of the Asian giant, Yutong, a leader in the manufacturing of transportation vehicles worldwide, which demonstrates that strategic commercial ties between China and Nicaragua are advancing at accelerated pace.

A total of 1,500 Chinese buses will be acquired by Nicaragua

In mid-October, the president of the Latin American nation, Daniel Ortega, during the delivery of the first 250 Chinese buses, highlighted that ties with the Asian country have “walked in giant steps, shouting ahead, and you have constantly continued, the trips of delegations from Nicaragua to the People’s Republic of China, trips of the delegations of the People’s Republic of China to Nicaragua”.

At that time, meeting with representatives of the Nicaraguan Public Transportation sector, the Sandinista leader stated: “These are not the only buses from the People’s Republic of China that will be entering Nicaragua, more will come, more will come, and more will come, because that is the will of the Government of the People’s Republic of China, the president (Xi Jinping), and our people”.

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Ortega also stated that the meetings between the Managua and Beijing delegations will continue with the objective of “working to develop multiple programs, and multiple projects that are already underway,” and detailed that in total 1,500 units of Chinese manufacturing buses will be acquired.

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The strategic cooperation between both nations has five new agreements for the implementation of megaprojects that will be carried out in Nicaragua, including an airport, trains and investment in the hydroelectric sector, which will benefit thousands of citizens.