Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega appoints veteran diplomat Gadial Francisco Arce Myrena As its new ambassador to Colombia, a position that had been vacant since last December, the Official Gazette reported on Wednesday.
Arse Myrena was a foreign relations officer during the first Sandinista government (1979–1990) in the former Yugoslavia, and had political responsibilities for the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN). Germany, Cuba, England and VenezuelaAccording to a file publication of the defunct newspaper new daily,
He was also an assistant to the late “Commander” of the Sandinista Revolution. Thomas Borgewho in the 1980s headed the Ministry of the Interior, which was in charge of state security, and the Fifth Directorate – in charge of counterintelligence abroad.
A graduate in psychology from the Jesuit Central American University (UCA), Department of Estelli (North), a native of the municipality of La Trinidad, Ars Myrena, was appointed ambassador to Iran after the return of the Sandinistas to power in 2007, and later in charge of the consular functions of the Nicaraguan Embassy in Ecuador, d’affaires with Consul General and Ministerial Counsel.
In 2013 he was appointed as the first consul with diplomatic counterpart as advisor to the Nicaraguan Consulate in the Liberian city of Guanacaste Province in Costa Rica.
Managua had no ambassador in Bogotás
Through a presidential agreement, Ortega appointed Ars Myrena as the Nicaraguan ambassador to Bogota, nine months after he rescinded the appointment of Yara Suhein Pérez Calero, Managua’s previous representative in Colombia.
On 23 February, during the previous administration of Ivan the Duke, Nicaragua withdraws Alfredo Rangel Suarez’s credentials as Colombian ambassador to Managua“by aggressively interfering in the internal affairs of our country”.
Earlier, Colombia ordered its ambassador to Managua to return to the country after President Ortega assured that the Andean nation was a “narco-state” where social leaders are murdered daily.
Four months later, the Sandinista leader saluted the Colombian president, leftist Gustavo Petro, for his election victory.
Ortega accused the Duke government of not recognizing a decision of the International Court of Justice (ICJ). On the rights of a Central American country in the Caribbean Sea.
discord at sea
On 21 April, the ICJ held that Colombia had violated Nicaragua’s “sovereignty and jurisdiction” in its own Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) by authorizing fishing activities in Nicaraguan waters, and called for it to “disregard its conduct”. ordered to terminate immediately”.
On the same day, then-President Duque assured that his government would not allow Nicaragua to limit the rights of his country in the Caribbean Sea, nor the rights of the Raisal community of San Andrés and Providencia archipelago.
The previous 21 April judgment has its origins in an ICJ judgment issued on 19 November 2012, by which Colombia retained sovereignty over the archipelagos of San Andres, Providencia and Santa CatalinaAs well as the keys it built, and conserved the 12 nautical miles of water that surrounded these areas, Nicaragua lost approximately 75,000 square kilometers of sea.
Nicaragua then denounced before the ICJ, based in The Hague, that Colombia violated international law by not invoking that sentence because its navy operates in Caribbean waters that do not conform to it, and the Colombian government issued a decree that ” Embedded”. Zone Integral”.