Friction between Nicaragua and El Salvador over nationalization of fugitive Sánchez Cerén

According to Nicaragua's Foreign Minister Moncada, his Salvadorian counterpart "took advantage of her status as chancellor of El Salvador, exerted pressure, and made claims about the situation of her ex-husband, Arturo Cruz Sequeira, who is under investigation for treason, money laundering, and other crimes."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The nationalization as a Nicaragua citizen of former Salvadoran President Salvador Sánchez Cerén, a fugitive from justice in his country, has caused friction between Nicaragua and El Salvador, according to the letter sent by Nicaraguan Foreign Minister Denis Moncada to his counterpart Alejandra Hill, published on Monday.

"We have received your letter today (yesterday) which we consider unacceptable since you refer inoffensive and insulting terms to Nicaraguan citizens by nationalization, a right that all civilized states in the world have," Moncada told Hill, in defense of Sanchez Ceren and the also fugitive Salvadoran ex . . .

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