Moscow and Latin America: Russia and Nicaragua Plan Military Exercises

Moscow — Russia and Nicaragua are gearing up for joint military exercises, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced today during his visit to Managua. According to the Russian official, such cooperation will allow the two countries to fight drug trafficking, terrorism and organized crime, the Mayak radio station reported today.

Lavrov also indicated that “Russia and Nicaragua are in the process of forming investment cooperation, which is expected to expand after the signing of an agreement on the mutual protection of investments.”

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