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112 Ticos returned from the United States; 2 tested positive for covid-19

One hundred and twelve Costa Ricans were finally home, in Costa Rica, this Friday, returning on a special flight from Houston, Texas. They were stranded in the United States since March 31, when flights were suspended due to the pandemic, where there are now more...

Costa Rica Expects More Nicaraguans At The End of 2019

The Government of Carlos Alvarado estimates that at the end of this year the Nicaraguan migration wave could increase, as a result of the political crisis in the neighbouring country, that could see the number of asylum seekers reach 100,000 since the crisis began...

Legislator denounces: Costa Rica will not participate in world fair “for ineffectiveness of Chancellery”

"Due to the lack of interest or desire to work" on the part of the Foreign Ministry, Costa Rica will not be taking part in the Bejing Expo 2019, charges Xiomara Rodríguez, legislator for the Partido Restauración Nacional (PRN).   Rodríguez assures that the non-participation of...

Maduro Government Rejected Opposition’s Takeover of The Venezuela Embassy in San Jose

The government of Nicolas Maduro rejected the actions of opposition legislator and who declared himself an "interim president" late last month, Juan Guaido's appointee in Costa Rica forcibly entering the Venezuelan embassy in Costa Rica. “The thieves of a group of strangers entered the headquarters of...

Costa Rica defies Maduro: will send a diplomat to Caracas after recognizing Guaidó

Costa Rica will send its Chargé d'Affaires in Venezuela back to Caracas after recognizing Juan Guaidó as the interim president of Venezuela, instead of the Nicolás Maduro regime. The Foreign Ministry informed that Danilo González will return to the capital of Venezuela "during the next...

Epsy Campbell Is Out. Resigns As Chancellor And Sows Doubts Over Controversial Appointments

Vice President Epsy Campbell resigned on Tuesday as Chancellor, sowing doubts about the controversial appointments that led her to make the decision. Campbell appeared before the Legislative Assembly, at 3:26 pm on Tuesday, to announce her departure as Foreign Minister and that she will continue...

Epsy Campbell alleges “racist” and “machismo” campaign against her

Under fire for her controversial appointments in her post at the Foreign Ministry, Vice-president Epsy Campbell alleges she is being subjected to "the cruelest and dimensionless racist and machismo.' violence that has been unleashed on a person who assumes a position of power! I...

Chancellor demands to appoint friend as ambassador despite not meeting requirements

Vice-president and Foreign Minister, Epsy Campbell, is being criticized for demanding the appointment of her longtime friend, Jeanneth Cooper Cooper, to an ambassadorship, despite not meeting the requirements. Cooper, besides being a friend, she is also an employee of the Foreign Ministry that is...

Two Costa Ricans Suffered “Minor Injuries” In the Barcelona ‘Terrorist’ Attack

Q COSTA RICA - Two young Costa Rican women (Ticas), studying in Barcelona, Spain, were "injured" in the terrorist attack that shook Barcelona Thursday afternoon. The Foreign Ministry confirmed the report, updating the initial reports that no Costa Ricans had been affected during the attack...

Costa Rica’s Former Ambassador In Havana Sees It Difficult to Do Business With Cuba

Q COSTA RICA / Rodrigo Carreras, who up to December 31 (2016) was the Costa Rica's Ambassador to Cuba, in an interview with La Nacion said it will be difficult for Costa Rican investors to do business with the island nation, at least for...

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