Weigh alliance with Iran or the U.S.

Posted on September 22, 2012


Managua, September 21, 2012
Representatives of the United States sent to the Secretary of State to make use of a strategy to stop Iran’s influence in Latin America. Such an arrangement involving Nicaragua by the excellent relations we have with that country and he is mentioned as points to note along with the rest of the member countries of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas (ALBA).

For Eliseo Nunez Morales opposition deputy, Iran is a security issue for the United States and therefore of great importance. But found that Nicaragua must serve its interests, assuming that EE. UU. is the main trading partner.

For Nunez Morales, the country could get affected to the extent that Ortega continues a policy of having close relations with countries that are U.S. adversaries.

The deputy chief of the Sandinista bench, Jose Figueroa, said that Nicaragua is free to have large, which includes Iran. For him no U.S. lawmakers have raised this issue, but that Nicaragua can not have foreign subsidiaries. Considered that seek to unbalance the relationship, but it looks likely to be the country affectations.

U.S. diplomacy should be ready in six months a plan to meet investment and alliance Iranian activities in the region, and a plan of political and diplomatic struggle in different countries.

It also calls for stronger border surveillance to Iranian agents from getting into EE. UU. or organizations like Hezbollah and Hamas. The U.S. government reported the opening of six new embassies of Iran in Latin America since 2005.

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