Nicaragua and Qatar Strengthen Bilateral Relations 

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By LatAm Reports Staff Writers

Nicaragua’s Foreign Minister Denis Moncada and his Qatari counterpart, Sultan Bin Saad Al-Muraikhi, today signed important documents here today with the aim of strengthening relations of friendship, solidarity and cooperation.

At the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in this capital, the parties initialled a memorandum of understanding for the establishment of political consultations on matters of common interest, and an agreement on mutual exemption from visa requirements for ordinary passport holders.

During the ceremony, which was attended by the presidential adviser for international investment, trade and cooperation, Laureano Ortega, the Nicaraguan chancellor highlighted the impetus that both nations give to strengthening their ties.

As part of Tuesday’s agenda, the head of Qatari diplomacy visited the headquarters of the National Assembly (Parliament), where he was received by the president of the Legislative Power, Gustavo Porras, and held a meeting with deputies.

On Monday, after the arrival here of the visitor of the Arab country, Nicaragua’s vice president, Rosario Murillo, said that they continue to build alliances for the future that we all want and deserve.

This article has been translated after first appearing in El Pais