“The eyes of the world are on Suvuma”, says Neo Delta president; calls for respect of human rights

Neo Delta regrets expulsion of ambassador from Suvuma as hundreds receive him in Taiago.

TAIAGO – Hundreds of Neo Deltans and Goytakano refugees received the ambassador of Neo Delta to Suvuma, Gretoj Befi-Duk as he landed on Taiago International Airport, in Brugas, last Monday. The ambassador is seen as a hero by many, who believe the act of the government of Neo Delta of recognizing Goytakanya as a sovereign country was courageous and should be followed by other countries.

Crowd awaits for Neo Delta ambassador in Taiago
Crowd awaits for Neo Delta ambassador in Taiago

The government of Suvuma, in turn, decided to expel the ambassador of Neo Delta to the country earlier this week, going through with its decision of cutting diplomatic relations with Neo Delta over the opening of a Goytakano embassy in Malojdeh last month. The Suvumese issued a harsh message this time, as the sixth nation in the world decides to recognize Goytakanya’s independence. Several other nations have supported Neo Delta’s decision, with the former minister of Řots calling for the recognition of the country by the international community.

President of Neo Delta, Dainu Gok-Plat, asked that Neo Deltans traveling to Suvuma would reconsider the trip as its embassy in Suvuma was closed and attacked by Suvumese civilians. The president also said that she is extremely concerned over the safety of Neo Deltans in Suvuma territory, as this week’s violent protests emerged against Neo Delta. According to her, a special ship is arriving in Suvuma in the next couple of days to take the willing Neo Deltans to Taiago, since flights between the two countries have been suspended, she also added that “the eyes of the world are on Suvuma and human rights must be respect at any circumstance”.

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