RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Nicaragua condemned on Tuesday the "inadmissible interference" of Spain in its internal affairs and accused it of lacking "moral authority" in the face of "so many fallacies, cover-ups, lies, crimes, hate crimes and crimes against humanity, which they do not confess, but which the whole world knows about and condemns".
In a note addressed to the Spanish Foreign Ministry, the Nicaraguan Foreign Ministry regretted and condemned "the inadmissible interference of the Government of the Kingdom of Spain in internal affairs that only correspond to our country and our people".
The Government of Daniel Ortega pointed . . .