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Nicaragua recalls ambassador to Spain due to interventionist threats

Nicaragua recalls ambassador to Spain due to interventionist threats

Managua, Mar 10 (Prensa Latina) The Nicaraguan government, through its Ministry of Foreign Affairs, today informed Spain of the decision to withdraw Managua's ambassador in Madrid, Carlos Midence.
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According to a message signed by the Central American nation’s Foreign Minister, Denis Moncada, the provision responds to the continuous pressure and interventionist threats on the official, “which make the exercise of diplomatic work impossible.”

On February 24, the Nicaraguan Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a press release denouncing the insolent, anachronistic and outdated statements by Spanish Foreign Minister, José Manuel Albares.

The statement reiterates the free, independent and sovereign character of Nicaragua and refers they are not a colony of anyone, nor subjects to the Spanish crown; therefore, “we do not accept any interference from Spain or any country in our internal affairs.”

The text recommends the holder to focus on the issues of his competence, to cease his attempt to interfere in the decisions and actions of an autonomous state, since from no point of view does he have authority over “our blessed and always free homeland.”

According to the document, the complexities of today’s world claim each one of us in our own times and spaces and no alien or foreign interference has a place in brave, sacred, honorable lands; defenders of justice, respect of peace, security and well-being of the people.

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