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Nicaragua slams Spanish FM’s statement

Nicaragua slams Spanish FM’s statement

Managua, Jun 27 (Prensa Latina) Nicaraguan Foreign Minister Denis Moncada sent a letter to his Spanish counterpart Arancha Gonzalez in which he protests against the 'ofensive statement on Nicaragua,' and its president.
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On Thursday, in his speech at the ALBA-TCP summit, Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega denounced that the Spanish embassy in Managua, as well as that of the US and other European countries, housed meetings of the opposition to find an ideal candidate for the Nov.7 general election.

The following day, Gonzalez, at a press conference with her Iraqi counterpart, Fuad Hussein, said that ‘all Spanish diplomats scrupulously comply with their obligations’ under the Vienna Convention and international law.

On Saturday, the response of this Central American state signed by Foreign Minister Moncada reminded Madrid about ‘the cynicism and shamelessness of so many outrages and atrocious crimes, committed by the Spanish crown during the brutal conquest of our sacred American lands.’

He added that when Gonzalez addressed the president of a free and sovereign nation, she did it ‘with the voice of a sheriff without realizing her delirious peroration of a late-night boss’ and showed ‘a bold ignorance and an improper ferocity for diplomacy.’

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