Gov’t Renews Diplomatic Relations with Laos

May 4, 2007

MANAGUA – Nicaragua and the Asian nation of Laos renewed diplomatic relations April 27, after a 17-year break, with Laos promising to back Nicaragua’s bid for a seat on the United Nations Commission on Human Rights.

President Daniel Ortega met with Thongloune Sisoulith, the vice-minister of Laos’ Foreign Ministry to formalize ties.

Phouangkeo Langsy, Laos’ Ambassador to Cuba, presented his credentials to Ortega.

 

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