Nicaragua, the center of brotherhood, brotherhood and culture

Nicaragua. On August 6, the Government of National Reconciliation and Unity inaugurated the International Festival of Arts, Culture and Gastronomy of Our Peoples, this activity is organized by the Nicaraguan Institute of Tourism, Intur, in coordination with other institutions.

“An event that restores the right to healthy recreation, leisure, and the enjoyment of art and culture, but above all unites us as peoples, as brothers. We are fortunate that 38 countries from five continents are joining us, not only to introduce gastronomy, but also about its culture, identity and roots, but also Tourist Show,” said Intur co-director, Anasha Campbell.

He emphasized that the tourism sector has the advantage of bringing people together, uniting us, and promoting a culture of peace and understanding.

The event brings together over 90 champions from Germany, Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, China, Canada, Colombia, Korea, Costa Rica, Cuba, Egypt, El Salvador, Scotland, Spain, the United States, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Libya, Lithuania, Mexico, Nigeria, New Zealand, Panama, Palestine, Peru, Vietnam, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Uruguay, Thailand, and Uruguay.

The Coordinator of the National Committee for the Creative Economy, Camila Ortega, highlighted the success of this new edition and invited families to join on Sunday at the Olof Palme Convention Center “to celebrate in the framework of the festivities of Saint Managua…”.

Participated in the inauguration ceremony of the Nicaraguan Government Yaosca Calderon, Co-Director of Intur; Mara Stuti, Head of the Tourism Development Department; Sonia Porras and Humberto González, creative economy secretaries; Justa Perez, Minister of MFCA; Luis Morales, INC Co-Director; Laureano Ortega M, Presidential Adviser on Investment Promotion, Trade and International Cooperation.

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Likewise, Idania Castillo, Co-Director of the National Cinematheque. Ramon Rodriguez, Director of Rubín Darío National Theater; Loyda Barreda, Director of Inatec; Arlette Marenko, Deputy Secretary of State; Oscar Perez, Deputy Minister of Youth; Reina Rueda and Enrique Armas, Mayor and Vice Mayor of Managua, respectively.

as well as members of the diplomatic corps accredited to Nicaragua: Inar Igorevich Ladaria, Ambassador of Abkhazia; Diego Ariel Rodriguez Camacho, First Secretary, Embassy of Bolivia; Sungki Shin, Ambassador of Korea. Francisco Leandro Nino Contreras, Chargé d’Affairs, Embassy of Colombia; Miso Estocazzo Morales, Counselor and Second President of the Cuban Embassy.

Chen Shi, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China. Jaime José Regalado Oliva, Ambassador of Guatemala; Cesar Abadi Membrino, Chargé d’Affairs, Embassy of Honduras; Parvez Mansouri, Chargé d’Affairs at the Iranian Embassy. Masoud Issa, Chargé d’Affairs at the Embassy of Libya. Guillermo Zamora Villa, Ambassador of Mexico. Jose de Jesus Martinez, Ambassador of Panama; Roberto Marcalli Abreu, Ambassador of the Dominican Republic. Alexander Khokholikov, Russian ambassador. and Javier Ario, the Venezuelan ambassador.


Aileen Morales

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