Saturday, 4 July 2020

69 Nicaraguans illegal in Costa Rica intercepted in Los Chiles

According to the official report, the foreigners were travelling in a truck

National Alajuela 69 Nicaraguans illegal in Costa Rica intercepted in Los Chiles

According to the official report, the foreigners were travelling in a truck

Police patrols in Los Chiles, intercepted a group of 69 Nicaraguans illegally in Costa Rica. The incident occurred Wednesday morning in the La Trocha sector, near the border with Nicaragua.

The foreigners traveled together, crowded in a truck used to transport livestock, making its way from Nicaragua, their country of origin.

- payin the bills -

As confirmed by the director of the Fuerza Publica (National Police) Daniel Calderón, the license plate of the truck belongs to a fruit packing company in Costa Rica.

The Ministry of Security reports they have perceived an increase in the arrival of foreigners through blind spots on the northern border since the closure of official posts was implemented as a result of the COVID-19 emergency.

Currently, foreigners and residents (who lest the country after March 23) are prohibited from entering Costa Rica.

 

- paying the bills -
- paying the bills -

Related Articles

How much are you willing to pay for a mask?

(QCOSTARICA) A study by the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Commerce...

The iPhone 12 arrives in September but without headphones or charger

(QCOSTARICA) Apple's new flagship, the Phone 12, is expected to arrive...

MOST READ

COVID-19 case detected among PriceSmart Santa Ana staff

(QCOSTARICA) Health authorities confirmed the detection of a positive case COVID-19 among PriceSmart Santa Ana staff. According to the press department of the Ministry of...

24 patients with COVID-19 who have received convalescent plasma

(QCOSTARICA) Amid the bad news of the sharp increase in cases and hospitalizations this week, the good news is that 24 people with COVID-19...

The macabre calculations of Daniel Ortega with the COVID-19

(TODAY NICARAGUA) Nicaraguan economist Enrique Sáenz analyzed in his blog the management of dictator Daniel Ortega in the face of the health crisis in...

Central Bank defines maximum interest rate for credit cards

(QCOSTARICA) The Banco Central de Costa Rica (Central Bank) published early Friday morning the maximum interest rates for credit operations in colones, dollars, and...

Costa Rica is fertile land for “revenge tourism” by Americans

(QCOSTARICA) Betting on the sense of "revenge" that Americans have for having to postpone their travels, should be one of the strategies of Costa...

How does the new usury law change credit in Costa Rica?

(QCOSTARICA) On June 20, 2020, the Usury Law went into effect in Costa Rica after being published in the official government newsletter, La Gaceta,...

Let's Keep This Going!

To be updated with all the latest news and information about Costa Rica and Latin America.