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    Post  George1 on Sun Sep 02, 2012 12:45 pm

    Russia, Nicaragua to boost military cooperation

    Russia is ready to welcome young military men from Nicaragua for a course of study and training, chief deputy of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces Alexander Postnikov said during his visit to Managua.

    He also said that Russia and Nicaragua agreed to boost military-technical cooperation.

    In Managua Mr. Postnikov led the Russian delegation at the celebrations dedicated to the 33d anniversary of Nicaragua`s armed forces.

    http://english.ruvr.ru/2012_09_02/Russia-Nicaragua-to-boost-military-cooperation/


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    Post  GarryB on Mon Sep 03, 2012 3:04 am

    Good to see Russia expanding its "friend" base, good communication and trade is the best solution to economic recovery.


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    Post  George1 on Thu Oct 04, 2012 2:39 pm

    Russia to supply armored vehicles to Nicaragua

    Russia’s Interior Ministry has signed an agreement with Nicaragua on supplying the "Tiger" armored vehicles to that country.

    “These vehicles will be used in operations on fighting the organized crime in our country”, Nicaragua's Minister of Interior Ana Isabel Morales Mazún said at a meeting in Moscow on Thursday.

    She said the "Tigers" would be used by the units of the Nicaraguan special troops and praised the high quality of the Russian armored vehicles.

    http://english.ruvr.ru/2012_10_04/Russia-to-supply-armored-vehicles-to-Nicaragua/
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    Post  George1 on Tue Oct 23, 2012 7:15 am

    Russia sends more wheat to Nicaragua

    The fourth consignment of humanitarian supplies from Russia consisting of 25,000 tons of wheat has arrived in Nicaragua.

    According to government spokesperson Rosario Murillo, humanitarian assistance from Russia is of great importance for Nicaragua, where poverty level remains high.

    Thanks to the wheat supplies from Russia, Nicaragua has succeeded in stabilizing bread prices, Murillo said.

    A total of 100,000 tons of wheat worth over $35mln supplied by Russia to Nicaragua since November last year, fully meets the country’s annual demand for wheat.

    http://english.ruvr.ru/2012_10_23/Russia-sends-more-wheat-to-Nicaragua/
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    Post  GarryB on Tue Oct 23, 2012 9:12 am

    Wheat and Tigrs... an interesting combination, but I am glad Russia is supporting Nicaragua this way.


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    Post  Pyrrus on Wed Oct 24, 2012 5:34 pm

    as you probably know, Nicaragua has another supporter. Hugo Chavez was being re-elected. Another Russia's ally
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    Post  George1 on Sun Apr 06, 2014 11:07 pm

    Nicaragua’s parliament votes for Russian military presence

    Nicaragua’s parliament ratified the government’s decision allowing Russian military units, planes and ships to visit the Central American country.

    The voting took place at an urgent request of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega.

    Under the document, ships and planes of Russia, Cuba, Mexico and Venezuela will be able to visit Nicaragua in the first half of 2014. Their crews are allowed to participate "in exchange of experience and training" of Nicaragua’s servicemen.

    Moreover, Russian servicemen together with Nicaragua’s armed forces will take part in a joint patrolling of the republic’s territorial waters in the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean from January 1 to June 30, 2014.

    The main task of these operations is to fight drug trafficking. The US servicemen were issued a similar permit.
    Read more: http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2013_11_27/Nicaragua-s-parliament-votes-for-Russian-military-presence-4246/
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    Post  George1 on Sat Jul 12, 2014 1:22 pm

    Putin makes unplanned visit to Nicaragua

    The Russian President, Vladimir Putin, has changed the schedule for his Latin American tour and arrived a brief working visit in Nicaragua. Making his way from Cuba to Argentina on Saturday, the Russian leader decided on a stopover in Managua, where he had earlier been officially invited. At Managua airport, he was welcomed by Nicaraguan President, Daniel Ortega.

    "Much is yet to be done to develop our relations, especially in the economic area, but we have a good basis for that," Putin said, adding that Russia and Nicaragua had long-standing good relations. "We admire personal courage and the courage of your people," he told Ortega. The Russian leader recalled that the year 2014 is a jubilee for Russia and Nicaragua, which established diplomatic relations 70 years ago.

    The Nicaraguan leader called Putin’s visit to his country a historic event. "This is the first-ever visit by the Russian president to Nicaragua, and we are very happy to welcome you here," he said.

    Ortega reassured Putin that Nicaragua supported Russia's peace efforts. "We are ready to take part in Russia’s initiatives on maintaining peace for the entire planet and its regions," he said. "Conflict settlement lies not in bombing but in reasonable approaches. The most vital thing is to lend an ear to the will of the people".

    The Russian delegation included Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, presidential aide, Yuri Ushakov, and oil major Rosneft's CEO, Igor Sechin.

    Nicaragua's delegation included the Nicaraguan president's envoy for trade-and economic and investment cooperation with Russia, Laureano Ortega, Deputy Foreign Minister, Valdrak Jaentschek, co-chairman of the Russian-Nicaraguan intergovernmental commission on economic and technical research cooperation, Commander-in-Chief of the Nicaraguan Army, Julio Cesar Aviles, and President of energy company Enatrel, Salvador Mansell.
    Read more: http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_07_12/Putin-makes-unplanned-visit-to-Nicaragua-2461/
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    Post  George1 on Fri Aug 08, 2014 2:08 am

    A new training facility for Mi-17V-5 helicopters was opened in Nicaragua
    Russian Aviaton » Thursday August 7, 2014 21:21 MSK

    In the network of military-technical cooperation, a new integrated training facility was put into operation in Nicaragua. The facility was developed by CSTS Dinamika under a contract with the air forces of Nicaragua; it is designed for training of personnel operating Mi-17V-5 helicopters, press-service of Dinamika reports.

    The training facility comprises the following components:

    - full-mission simulator for Mi-17V-5 helicopter designed for pilot training in the area of pilotage, navigation and usage of air-launched weapons in a wide range of altitudes and speeds under any weather and lighting conditions as well as doing emergency drills;
    - part task trainer designed for personnel’s skills training in terms of using cabin equipment during preparation for the flight and at different phases of flight, as well as flight training as part of a group of two helicopters;
    - external load operator station designed for practicing interaction between crew members during transportation of cargo using the external sling as well as improving skills in the area of fire-fighting using helicopter bucket;
    - paratrooper simulator designed for training of paratroopers; the simulator helps improve skills in the area of parachute steering and allows doing emergency drills;
    - CBT designed to provide theoretical training for flight and maintenance personnel operating Mi-17V-5 helicopters.

    «Specialists of CSTS Dinamika have successfully completed commissioning and startup of the training facility for Mi-17V-5 helicopter. The training of flight and maintenance personnel of the air forces of Nicaragua has also been successfully completed. The air forces have taken delivery of such advanced training system for the first time ever. The training facility allows carrying out the full training cycle for personnel operating Mi-17V-5 helicopters», - the company added.

    In 2014 the total time of flight training carried out using the facility will be 480 hours. The training will be focused on improving the skills of young inexperienced pilots. The high-quality ground training will assure the flight safety and efficient use of these vehicles in future.
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    Post  George1 on Wed Jan 14, 2015 1:39 pm

    Russia to continue humanitarian and technical assistance to Nicaragua

    Speaker of Russia’s Federation Council upper parliament house Valentina Matviyenko said on Wednesday at a meeting with Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega.

    MANAGUA, January 14. /TASS/. Russia will continue to offer humanitarian assistance and technical aid to Nicaragua, speaker of Russia’s Federation Council upper parliament house Valentina Matviyenko said on Wednesday at a meeting with Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega.

    Matviyenko reminded that last year Russia had delivered 25 tonnes of wheat to Nicaragua as humanitarian aid. Apart from that, it had supplied 200 tractors and ten combine harvesters to Nicaragua.

    Apart from that, she said the Russian finance ministry was looking at issuing Russian government guarantees to secure Nicaragua’s top priority projects that would be determined by its president.

    Matviyenko commended achievements of that Latin American country. “Despite the problems, we see that Nicaragua is developing as modern society, its economy and social sphere are developing, people’s wealth is growing and we are sincerely glad to see it,” she said.
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    Post  George1 on Wed Feb 11, 2015 11:23 am

    Wow! Nicaragua will buy Russian MiG-29s
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    Post  nemrod on Tue Mar 24, 2015 4:39 pm

    George1 wrote:Wow! Nicaragua will buy Russian MiG-29s

    If it is true, it will infuriate Washington
    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2015/03/23/260684/russias-return-to-nicaragua-worrying.html
    As US consider -Monroe's doctrin- all central, and south America as an object, its own backyards. US organized the cheat of last mexican election, if Mig-29 will be nicaraguan's hands, they won't be hesitate one secund to overthrow the legitim governement of Nicaragua.
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    Post  Hannibal Barca on Tue Mar 24, 2015 10:55 pm

    nemrod wrote:
    George1 wrote:Wow! Nicaragua will buy Russian MiG-29s

    If it is true, it will infuriate Washington
    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2015/03/23/260684/russias-return-to-nicaragua-worrying.html
    As US consider -Monroe's doctrin- all central, and south America as an object, its own backyards. US organized the cheat of last mexican election, if Mig-29 will be nicaraguan's hands, they won't be hesitate one secund to overthrow the legitim governement of Nicaragua.

    Don't give a fck what Washington gang wants. If they want war they can have it.
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    Post  George1 on Sat Mar 28, 2015 2:01 pm

    Nicaragua supports Putin’s policy towards peace settlement of conflicts — president Ortega

    Nicaragua supports Russia’s position on settlement of Ukrainian crisis — President Ortega

    MANAGUA, March 26. /TASS/. Nicaragua and Russia have similar positions on international issues, Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega said on Wednesday after talks with visiting Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.

    "I would like to say that in international affairs we adhere to principles of peace settlement of all disputes and conflicts," he said. "Vladimir Putin shares these positions."

    "We are very glad when agreements are reached to ease hotbeds of tension, which are often, as we know, created deliberately," the Nicaraguan president noted.

    He underscored that the Western policy of sanctions "leads nowhere." That is why, in his words, US President Barack Obama said that economic blockade of Cuba had failed.

    "Some developed countries never learn the lessons of history," he noted. "They keep on exerting economic pressure, which is doomed to failure."
    Nicaragua, Russia to develop relations in various spheres

    Managua is thankful to Russian President Vladimir Putin for his constructive approach to the development of relations with Nicaragua, Nicaraguan President went on to say.

    "Sergey Lavrov handed over to me a message from the Russian president confirming commitment of both sides to develop the entire spectrum of bilateral relations, especially in what concerns the implementation of projects in the agricultural sector, in transport, infrastructure, civil aviation, machine-building, satellite navigation, pharmaceuticals," Ortega noted.

    "We would like to pay respect to President Putin, we would like to thank him and say we are determined to develop relations with Russia in all spheres," the Nicaraguan president stressed. "It is important for reaching peace, in rebuffing drug trafficking, organized crime."

    "It is vital for the entire Latin American region," he added.
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    Post  George1 on Sat May 02, 2015 4:09 pm

    Russia Establishes Satellite Ground Station on US Doorstep – German Media

    Nicaraguan parliament ratified a treaty on space cooperation with Russia, which also authorizes the construction of ground-based stations for GLONASS, a global navigation satellite system designed to offer an alternative to the GPS.

    Nicaragua is expected to use the system operated by the Russian Aerospace Defense Forces to monitor climate change and prevent natural disasters, in other words for peaceful purposes. "But the Obama administration may perceive a satellite system in the US 'front yard' only as a warning," said Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten.

    "Earlier, Russians surprised Americans with photos of [US] spy satellites, causing confusion among the US military. The US Lacrosse radar satellite's motion was clearly documented at Russia’s Altay Optical Laser Center between 2005-2010," the media outlet said.

    In 2012, Managua and Moscow signed an agreement on space cooperation, including construction of ground-based stations for GLONASS. The two countries are also negotiating an arms deal, under which Nicaragua plans to buy MiG-29 fighter jets and patrol boats from Russia.

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/latam/20150502/1021637618.html#ixzz3YzRLmp9K
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    Post  GarryB on Sun May 03, 2015 12:00 am

    Ohhh noooo dem damn aggressive Russians putting ground tracking stations for the GLONASS satellites on the American continent!!!!!!

    those aggressive mad b@strds!!

    Except they are just tracking stations used to improve the accuracy of GLONASS... there have been Navstar stations in russia for decades improving the accuracy of GPS.

    fortunately when the US refused to allow GLONASS stations in the US to improve accuracy of GLONASS the Russians threatened to remove the US stations in Russia... I wonder how that ended... does anyone know?

    Are there Russian GLONASS stations in the US and are there US NAVSTAR stations in Russia right now?

    (BTW German media used to be something respectable... now it is rubbish.)


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    Post  Werewolf on Sun May 03, 2015 12:31 am

    (BTW German media used to be something respectable... now it is rubbish.)

    That times are long gone, today they are just spewing whatever Springer Verlag tells them same with the rest of controlled media.
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    Post  George1 on Thu Jun 18, 2015 3:40 pm

    Russia to Increase Delivery of Wheat to Nicaragua Sixfold

    The agreement between the two countries for Russia to deliver 160 thousand tonnes of wheat also lays the foundations for further export and promotion of Russian agricultural produce to Nicaragua.

    Russia and Nicaragua signed a deal on Thursday to supply the Nicaraguan market with 160 thousand tonnes of Russian wheat, announced Russia's United Grain Company in a statement.

    "The agreement is for the supply of 160 thousand tonnes of Russian wheat to Nicaragua. The parties are also exploring the possibility of regular exports of grain from Russia to the Nicaraguan market," stated the UGC, a state-owned company and one of the top five Russian exporters of grain.

    Russia was the world's fifth highest wheat exporter in 2014, and exported 22.1 million tonnes of wheat, an increase of 60.5 percent on the previous year and making Russia the third fastest growing exporter after India and Bulgaria.

    The agreement was announced by the company in the course of the St Petersburg International Economic Forum, currently taking place from 18 — 20 June.

    As well as Nicaragua, other nations with a delegation at the forum include China, Japan, India, Finland and Turkey.

    On the eve of the conference on Wednesday, the event organizers said that in addition to international delegations, 843 foreign representatives of 450 companies had confirmed their attendance at the forum, where Russia expects to sign around 70 agreements with government and commercial representatives.

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    Post  George1 on Sat Aug 22, 2015 9:11 am

    Nicaragua to Host Russian GPS-Equivalent Ground Stations

    The Nicaraguan Institute for Telecommunications (Telcor) has signed an agreement with Russia on the construction of Russian Glonass satellite navigation network ground stations in Nicaragua, El Nuevo Diario reports.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The stations are expected to become operational by July 2016, the Nicaraguan newspaper said on Thursday. Initially, the work of the Glonass stations will be handled by Russian specialists and will then be gradually passed on to Nicaraguan workers as they finish their training.

    The stations will allow to gather satellite information 24 hours a day.

    In April, Nicaragua's National Assembly ratified a cooperation agreement with Russia on the exploration and use of outer space for peaceful purposes.

    The agreement aimed to enable Russia to deploy stations for its Glonass satellite navigation system in Nicaragua.

    The Glonass project, which was launched in 1993, is considered to be Russia's answer to the American GPS (Global Positioning System).

    The Glonass network currently consists of 28 satellites, allowing real-time positioning and speed data for surface, sea and airborne objects around the globe.

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    Post  George1 on Sat Nov 14, 2015 2:08 am

    Russian flu vaccine to be produced in Nicaragua

    The project of a plant is estimated at about $20 million, of which $14 million will come from the Russian budget, while the rest from the Nicaraguan

    MOSCOW, November 11. /TASS/. A plant producing Russian flu vaccines will be built in Nicaragua before October 2016, Russian Healthcare Minister Veronika Skvortsova told a news conference on Wednesday.

    "This is a major project for our country. We are organizing a joint enterprise to produce medicinal immunological drugs, vaccines, and we begin with a vaccine against seasonal flu," Skvortsova said.

    She said the design and estimate documentation was fully ready and the foundation stone had been laid. "It is important that we have registered our Russian vaccine in Nicaragua and obtained a certificate for it," the minister noted.

    The project is estimated at about $20 million, of which $14 million will come from the Russian budget, while the rest from the Nicaraguan, she said.

    The project would be repaid, she noted, saying the country would get the money back within quite a short period of time.


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    Post  George1 on Sat Feb 20, 2016 3:50 am

    6. Departing Russian envoy marks new initiatives; remembers past aid

    Nicaragua will construct four satellite ground stations for Russia’s equivalent of the US global positioning system (GPS). The stations in Nicaragua will control four of the 25 satellites making up the system. Construction, which will be completed in May and June, was approved last year by the National Assembly allowing satellite tracking stations that are for civilian use. The facilities will be located near kilometer 7 on the South Highway.

    During a ceremony in which he was awarded the Jose de Marcoleta medal, Great Cross grade, Russian Ambassador Nikolay Vladmir announced that in March Russia would begin delivering civilian airliners for the establishment of a Nicaraguan national airline. Among other benefits, the airline would increase Russian tourism to Nicaragua. The Russian aid, which he did not put a value on, will also include improvements to the Augusto C. Sandino international airport. The retiring ambassador noted that Nicaragua did not buy fighter jets during his tenure, only civilian aircraft. “There is no job for them (fighters) here,” he said. He also stated that Russia has no plans to request a military base on Nicaraguan soil “at the moment.” He said Russia only needs docking space for resupply of food and other necessities for vessels whose sailors have been at sea “for four months or more.”

    Both Ambassador Vladimir and Nicaraguan Foreign Minister Samuel Santos praised the high level of Russian-Nicaraguan relations and cooperation. Vladimir noted, “We are building a laboratory to make vaccines for diseases like dengue, chikungunya and zika.” He also recalled Russia’s donation of 300 tons of wheat in the early years of President Daniel Ortega’s second administration as well as public transportation buses, nearly 50 modern fire trucks, and six tent hospitals. He also mentioned the construction in Managua of a “modern military training facility” for military and police that has already received students from ten countries in the region for training to combat organized crime. Finally, he mentioned the US$28 million Russia has spent on equipment and technical upgrades to improve Nicaragua’s ability to prevent and mitigate natural disasters. (El Nuevo Diario, Feb. 9)

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    Post  George1 on Sat Oct 22, 2016 11:49 am

    Production of Russian flu vaccines in Nicaragua may start on October 22

    The decision to build a biomedical immune-biological facility was made in the framework of the Russian-Nicaraguan inter-governmental commission

    MANAGUA, October 22. /TASS/. The first Russian plant on vaccine production will open in Nicaragua on October 22, and production of vaccines may be launched right away as all lines are ready, Russian Healthcare Minister Veronika Skvortsova told reporters on Saturday.

    "We came to solemnly open it. It may be launched right away - all lines are ready," Skvortsova said.

    She also reminded that the decision to build a biomedical immune-biological facility was made in the framework of the Russian-Nicaraguan inter-governmental commission. The first stone was laid a year ago.

    "Precisely a year ago, on 21 October 2015, we laid the first stone at the spot where biomedical biotechnological production of seasonal flu vaccines was to start," Veronika Skvortsova noted.
    The capacity of the Russian plant

    The capacity of the Russian plant to produce seasonal flu vaccines, due to be open on Sunday, is 30 million doses a year, Russia’s Healthcare Minister told reporters.

    "The first capacity of this plant is 30 million doses a year, while Nicaragua’s demand is about one million doses," she said. "The remaining 29 million will be for the countries of Central and Latin America."

    The output capacity of the Russian plant to produce seasonal flu vaccines may be increased by five times if required, she said.

    In 2013, the Russia-Nicaragua intergovernmental commission agreed to build the bio medical immune biology facility. Presidents of the countries supported the decision. The plant will be opened on October 22.


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