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South Ossetia established diplomatic relations with Nicaragua2010-04-14 15:10
Today Foreign Ministers of South Ossetia and Nicaragua [Murat Jioyev and Samuel Santos Lopez respectively] signed a joint declaration on establishment of diplomatic relations and protocol on consultations between the foreign ministries - Interfax.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The ceremony was attended by South Ossetian leader Eduard Kokoyty, who heeded the importance of the declaration.
Before the ceremony the Nicaraguan delegation laid wreaths to the Mourning Angel monument to the killed defenders of Tskhinvali.
The guests also watched the buildings of the Parliament and Foreign Ministry of South Ossetia, burnt down in the August 2008 war.
Nicaragua was the second [after Russia] country to recognize Abkhazia and South Ossetia. President Daniel Ortega pronounced the recognition in September 2008.
Later Abkhazia and South Ossetia were also recognized by Venezuela and Nauru.