Nicaraguan authorities sign book of condolences at the Russian Embassy

Representatives of the Government of Nicaragua went to the Embassy of the Russian Federation in that Latin American country to sign the book of condolences in memory of the victims of the terrorist attack in the concert hall of the building, Crocus City Hall, in Moscow.

The Russian ambassador in Managua, Alexander Nikolaevich Khokhólikov, reaffirmed his gratitude for the solidarity that Nicaragua has had and the rejection of these terrorist actions.

The Russian diplomat indicated that only in this way, united, can this terrorist evil, which he described as a plague, be defeated.

“In this way we show the terrorists that they cannot frighten us and we are going to do everything possible to take advantage and to reach the goals and reach the new multipolar world that is more just, more equitable and of prosperity and friendship between peoples,” he said.

Nicaragua shows solidarity with Russia

The Presidential Advisor for the Promotion of Investments in Nicaragua, Laureano Ortega Murillo, on behalf of President Daniel Ortega, sent a fraternal hug to the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin.

“Our rejection and condemnation of this vile and cowardly terrorist act, and our hopes that justice will be done, and also our faith in God that love will always prevail over hate,” he said.

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In this sense, he stated that “the strength of the Russian people will allow them to move forward victoriously in that fight against evil, against hatred, fascism and Nazism.”

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Nicaragua, demonstrating unity and solidarity with Russia, has held a series of tributes and solemn events in memory of the 139 victims who were murdered in the terrorist act at the Crocus City Hall building.