President of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, will soon visit Palestine, announced the Palestinian Foreign Minister, Riyad Malki, according to a note released here by official sources. The foreign ministers of Lithuania, Finland and Greece also plan to travel to the territory of the Palestinian autonomy, adds the source.
President Ortega has accepted an invitation to travel to Ramallah and coordination are ongoing, said Malki, who described the visits as evidence that Palestine is acting in a dynamic way in the international arena.
Last November the General Assembly overwhelmingly approved granting Palestine the status of non-member observer state, despite the aggressive campaign of the United States (U.S.) and Israel to prevent it.
Malki also announced that a mission from the United Nations Organization for Science and Culture will travel on May 20 to Jerusalem, which the Arabs call Al Quds, to investigate the actions of the Israeli occupiers aimed at changing the Arab character of that city.
One day later, May 21, is expected the arrival of U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, who has not provided many details of the purpose of his visit, foreign minister added.
Kerry is scheduled to attend the next day’s a lecture of the self called Friends of Syria, convened to Amman, the capital of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.