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U.S. Revokes Hondurdan Diplomats’ Visas

Diaro La Estrella, news, Posted: Jul 28, 2009

WASHINGTON (NOTIMEX) The U.S. state department announced on Tuesday that it had revoked visas for four Honduran diplomats connected to the de facto government headed by Roberto Micheletti. The state department explained that it was in the process of reviewing diplomatic visas for Hondurans in Micheletti’s government and that the United States does not recognize him as president, so the visas would be rescinded. Elected Honduran President Manuel Zelaya was expelled by a military coup led by Micheletti on June 28.


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