The Nicaraguan government extended its condolences to Iran in the face of the death of Iran’s president, Ebrahim Raisi, and other officials.

Following the confirmation of the death of Raisi and other representatives of the Iranian government, Nicaragua extended its condolences.

The State of Nicaragua, through a letter, extended its solidarity and condolences to the citizens of Iran, in the face of the death of the president, Ebrahim Raisi, and other representatives of the Iranian government who accompanied the president during the tragic air accident.

We accompany, from Heart, his pain in these tragic circumstances that has left the physical departure of President Ebrahim Raisi, of Chancellor Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, the Governor of Eastern Azerbaijan, Brother Malik Rahmati, and the entire Commission that accompanied this First Level Delegation that visited the Qiz-Qalas dam, said the President, Daniel Ortega, and the vice-president, Rosario Murillo.

In this sense, the Latin American nation emphasized: As always, to all our Honey, Prayers and Solidarity, present in the sorrows in Fraternal Union, and sure that God Our Lord will alleviate this affliction, and the Spiritual Force of Iranian Authorities and Brothers will make them go ahead and continue to deliver the necessary battles for justice and peace.

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“To the Family of each of the deceased Brothers our sincere and very close feelings of sorrow, in the Living Hope of the Resurrection,” the statement of the Nicaraguan government said.

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Different leaders around the world have spoken out of their condolences to Iranian citizens. Through the supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Jameneí, Iran declared five days of mourning for the death of the president, Ibrahim Raisi; and the officials accompanying him.