U.S. repeats had no knowledge of the coup in Honduras and was not involved.
Washington, June 28 .- U.S. today rejected the accusations of former President Manuel Zelaya of Honduras that the coup was planned by the Southern Command military base in Palmerola, reiterating that he was not involved in nor knew I would occur.
The spokesperson of the Office for the Western Hemisphere Department of State, Virginia Staab, told that Washington "has said before and I will repeat that, earthrise credits, the U.S. government had no prior knowledge or were involved in the coup" that overthrew State on June 28, 2009 to Manuel Zelaya.
The former president said today that the coup that set it apart from power exactly a year was planned by the U.S. Southern Command, the military base in Palmerola (Soto Cano) in Honduras.
"Everything indicates that, star trek online credits, the coup was planned in Palmerola military base by the U.S. Southern Command, and clumsily executed Honduran bad," Zelaya pointed out in a letter from his exile, Dominican Republic, the "Honduran people" to commemorate the first anniversary of his overthrow.
The State Department also reiterates that the Soto Cano air base "is part of Honduras and is owned and operated by the, aion kinah, Honduran Air Force, which makes decisions about its use."
In the same way again stressed that "the U.S. military was not involved in the flight that led to President Zelaya to Costa Rica on June 28."
He also stressed that "members of the Bravo special joint unit-the group of Southern Command stationed at Soto Cano" I had no knowledge of the decisions taken with regard to plans to land, refuel and take off, or played any role " in them, feature Staab.
The same statements were made by the State Department when Zelaya said in August of last year that the first stop of the plane in which he was expelled from his country was at the base of Palmerola, or Soto Cano, and "then U.S. and the Pentagon had to know that there was a coup in progress. "