Buenos Aires (Argentina). A Paraguay government official has resigned after it was revealed that he signed a memorandum of understanding with representatives of the fictitious country of a fugitive Indian guru who is also accused of defrauding several local officials in the South American country. Is. This revelation was followed by a lot of mockery on social media, but this is perhaps the first time that the self-proclaimed representatives of the fictional country United States of Kailash have deceived international leaders.
Earlier this year, he managed to attend a UN committee meeting in Geneva and also signed agreements with local leaders in the US and Canada. Arnaldo Chamorro resigned as chief of staff of Paraguay’s agriculture ministry on Wednesday after he was revealed to have signed a memorandum of understanding with representatives of the fictitious country. According to a copy of the agreement posted on social media, the October 16 “proclamation”, among other things, called for the United States to consider establishing diplomatic relations with Kailash and to participate in the sovereign and non-governmental organization of its administration in various international organizations, including the United Nations. Recommendation was made to the Paraguayan government for support as an independent country.
Chamorro said in a radio interview that representatives of the fictional country had met with him and Agriculture Minister Carlos Jiménez. During the interview, Chamorro admitted that he did not know where Kailasha was located. He said he signed the “memorandum of understanding” because he had offered to help Paraguay on various issues, including irrigation. Photos posted on Kailasha’s social media accounts also show representatives of the fictional country signing the agreement with local leaders of Maria Antonia and Karpai municipalities.
On the fictional country’s website, Kailasa is described as “the revival of an ancient, enlightened, Hindu civilizational nation”, which is being revived by displaced Hindus from around the world. It is led by self-styled guru Nithyananda, who is wanted in India on multiple charges, including sexual assault. His whereabouts are unknown. According to media reports, United States representatives from Kailash attended two UN committee meetings in Geneva in February.
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