MANAGUA, June 15 (Xinhua) -- The official radio station of Nicaragua's ruling party Sunday accused the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and a Spanish party of training young people to destabilize the country.
The CIA and the Popular Party (PP) of former Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar are training people to provoke confrontation in Nicaragua, said La Nueva Radio Ya, or the New Radio Already.
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega had previously denounced the U.S. government of funding a rightist group against his government.
However, this was the first time that the official radio station of the ruling Sandinist Front of National Liberation (FSLN) openly pointed to the CIA and the PP for training saboteurs.
"This group of young people are working in Nicaragua after being sent to Miami of the United States and Spain to attend seminaries on how to generate chaos," said the radio station. Theyalso took trainings in universities at home, it said.
Many young people appeared on the media with the name of "Youth for the Democracy in Nicaragua," it said, adding "They are no different to those that seeded violence in Bolivia and Venezuela."