Paraguay | Signs memorandum of cooperation with… fictitious country
Defence Redefined
Published on 01/12/2023 at 11:50

A high-ranking Paraguayan government official has been removed from office because he signed a memorandum of cooperation that provided for the establishment of diplomatic relations with a fictitious country.

Arnaldo Chamorro, former chief of staff of the Ministry of Agriculture, himself announced his dismissal to journalists. He explained that the reason was that in October he signed an agreement with representatives of the “United States of Kailash”, a fictitious island north of South America.

In the memorandum, which bears the seal of the Ministry, Chamorro congratulates the Honorable Nityananda Paramasivam, the ruler of the United States of Kailash and appreciates his contribution to Hinduism, humanity and the Republic of Paraguay. It recommends that the Paraguayan government actively pursue diplomatic relations with the United States of Kailash and supports their membership in various international organizations, including the United Nations.

According to several Paraguayan media, the “honorable ruler” of Kailash is actually an Indian, wanted in his own country.

The Ministry in its announcement spoke of “procedural errors” made by its official, stressing that the document in question cannot be considered official as it was drawn up without the required approval or jurisdiction, asserting that it has no legal or administrative obligations to the fictitious state.

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