The Nicaraguan government of Daniel Ortega is virtually “waging war on the Catholic Church,” said Vice President Pence.
The White House strongly condemned “the ongoing violence in Nicaragua and human rights abuses committed by the Daniel Ortega regime in response to protests.”
The United States is in the midst of its most severe drug epidemic since the 1980s.
The United States has imposed sanctions on three Nicaraguan individuals with connections to the government who are involved in serious human rights abuses and corruption.
The U.S. is opening a new chapter in its relationship with Ecuador, said Vice President Mike Pence on a recent visit to the Central American nation.
The United States is facing a crisis of illegal immigration on its southern border, said Vice President Mike Pence during a recent speech in Guatemala.
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The United States reiterated the urgent need to identify the source of the attacks on U.S. diplomats and to ensure they cease.
The United States, said State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert, “reiterates its deep concern for political prisoners in Cuba.”
The United States recently imposed visa restrictions that will be applied to Nicaraguan police and other officials linked to violence that has left more than 140 people dead.
The primary role of the OAS is to support democracy and human rights in the Americas.
The United States condemns the Nicaraguan government’s violent response to peaceful Mother’s Day marches in Managua and other cities, including assaults on mothers mourning their children killed since protests began April 18.