I Will Not Be Blackmailed Honduras President Roberto Suazo Cordova

Honduran President Roberto Suazo Córdova, 56, discussed his nation's considerable troubles in a rare interview with TIME Managing Editor Ray Cave and Mexico City Bureau Chief James Willwerth at the National Palace in Tegucigalpa. Excerpts:

On relations with Nicaragua. Last September the Nicaraguans started to say that Honduras was going to invade. They said it in October. They said it again in November, and in December they said that President Reagan was supposed to give the invasion order during his visit. Our army is not even near the border. They want to look like the victim and have us look like the...

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