The construction of a large canal through Nicaragua is something that excites all Latin America and the Caribbean region, Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño said in Managua.
‘The possible construction of an alternative inter-ocean canal in Nicaragua excites us everyone, to know that there are new choices, there is a bright future for Nicaragua because what you are planning for the future does not only plan for you’, he said.
The proposal you are developing is very great, and I think all Latin Americans feel us happy with that vision you have of stating a possible inter-ocean canal here in Nicaragua, in the land of Augusto Cesar Sandino, the official said during a conversation with President Daniel Ortega,.
Patiño said the visit Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa will carry out next week will learn the results of the work this country is developing on security and direct foreign investment.
He described as positive the surprise of the delegation led by him, which arrived in this capital on Tuesday, August 20, in face of many results the Sandinista government ignores, and they could see them, review information and statistics.
He also stated ‘the processes that have led you make progresses on issues of employment, production, issues that have to do with the inclusion and many other issues that are so important’.
Patiño recalled Ecuador’s success in social politics, and predicted that Ortega and Correa’s meeting will be very fruitful and enriching.