Arnoldo Chamorro told reporters on saturday that he has been fired from his post as chief of staff to the minister of Agriculture after signing a document with officials from the united states of America. A senior official in South America's paraguay has been fired after signing a memorandum of cooperation with a non-existent country. Knowing that Swami Nithyananda's imaginary country, 'United States of Kailasa', who is hiding from India, is the official country, the officer has held talks with those who came claiming to be the officials there.
Arnoldo Chamorro told reporters on thursday that he has been fired from his post as chief of staff to the minister of Agriculture after signing a document with officials from the united states of America. The 'United States of Kailasa' is presented to him as an island and official country in South America. They claimed to be officials there and expressed their desire to come and help Paraguay. They made several project presentations, we listened to them, and admitted they were stupid. It was learned that he was fired on Wednesday.
Chamorro also said the fake officials met with his minister, Carlos Gimenez. However, their intention is not known. It was also said that the memorandum signed by the two parties envisages the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two "countries". On the ministry's letterhead and official document, the Chamorro saluted the Honorable Nityananda Paramashivam, Sovereign of the united states of Kailash and praised his contributions to Hinduism, humanity and the Republic of Paraguay.
The memorandum recommends that the government of paraguay actively explore the establishment of diplomatic relations with the united states of America and support its accession as a sovereign state to various international organizations, including the United Nations. Paraguayan media later reported that Swami Nityananda Paramashivam was actually an indian citizen and wanted for crimes committed in his country. Later, the Ministry of Agriculture, which clarified this, regretted it, saying that the memorandum "cannot be considered official" or give any obligations to the Paraguayan state.