Kevin Sullivan was criticized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for “constantly, indirectly and directly expressing his opinions and harming” institution decisions and policies.
Madrid (European Media).- The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nicaragua accuses the U.S. Ambassador to the United States Kevin Sullivan was accused of “interfering in” his internal affairs. He was asked to stop trying to impose “his vulgarity creepy, unusual arrogant, vile, and abominable Yankee politics.”
In a statement collected by the Nicaraguan media, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned Sullivan for “constantly expressing his opinions directly and indirectly in order to harm” Nicaragua’s institutional decisions and policies, which is an “independent country that is not a colony. There has never been a single nation. “.
“We ask Mr. Sullivan for a cease to his secret attacks and false greetings. They are disguised as diplomatic etiquette he has given up a long, time ago. But they are an example of the United States’ continued, abnormal, and abominable intrusive interference.” Diplomacy has been “condemned” in this Central American nation.
The ministry’s statement did not mention any specific series featuring Sullivan. The latest news on the US ambassador’s Twitter account is to congratulate the “confidential” media, whose director is the journalist Carlos Fernando Chamorro, the brother of the opposition Christiana Chamorro, who was removed from her post when she was arrested in June. Qualifications to hold public office.
He will be tried for “money laundering,” property, assets and other criminal offenses, the same as his brother, who is charged with money laundering.
Ortega has declared his intention to run for re-election in November 7. In recent months, there was a wave in repression against the opposition created by the electoral framework. This left more than 30 independent journalists and politicians.