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Nicaragua rejects aid request by interim Honduran gov't
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13:49, August 05, 2009

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The Nicaraguan government rejected on Tuesday a request of the interim Honduran government on personnel aid to the country's special education.

The post-coup regime has asked that a Nicaraguan expert be sent to Honduras to give lectures, said Nicaraguan Education Minister Miguel de Castilla.

De Castilla said Nicaragua has rejected the request because its government only recognizes Manuel Zelaya's government.

It may be an international strategy of the Honduran coup-mongers to break the humanitarian enclosure as their government is not recognized, de Castilla said.

De Castilla said Nicaragua will report the case to relevant regional groups, and called for alert on the move.

Zelaya was seized from his bed and sent to Costa Rica in a military coup on June 28, just hours before a scheduled referendum on possible constitutional amendment.

The coup has been widely condemned by the international community, and countries and groups in the region are actively working for a peaceful solution to the political crisis.

Source: Xinhua



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