TAIPEI (Taiwan News) --Taiwanese Ambassador Jaime Wu and his wife arrived on Saturday to Augusto C. Sandino International airport where they were received by Rafael Ortega Murillo President's son.
Ambassador Wu performed his diplomatic duties as Ambassador of Taiwan in Nicaragua from 2007 to 2011. At the end of this period, he received the Honor Medal from National Assembly which is the maximum distinction given by the first state power.
During a brief announcement to the media, the diplomat greeted the Nicaraguan community including President Daniel Ortega and Vice president Rosario Murillo and thanked them for the warm reception that was given on his return Managua city.
"My wife and I are pleased and very excited to be back in Nicaragua, where we had the best moments and we also took many great memories with us, and now we are back," he said.
Ambassador Wu talked about his performance as Ambassador in Nicaragua until 2011 and praised the work of his successors' Ambassadors Ingrid H Sing and Rolando Jer-Ming Chuang.
He said he will continue working on reinforcing the good relationships existing between the countries and he is glad to work for the Nicaraguan people and their efforts to make a better country.