Saturday 18 September 2021

U.S. Embassy Requests Watching President Obama’s Visit on TV and to Avoid Going Downtown San Jose

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The Embassy of the United States requested that Costa Ricans follow the visit of President Barack Obama on May 3rd and 4th on television or Twitter and to avoid going downtown San Jose.

The security of the President and of the other heads of state is a priority, Mr. Eric Nelson, minister-counselor of the Embassy told adn radio 90.7 FM. He added that they are cooperating with local officials to minimize the impact of extraordinary measures.

Mr. Nelson added that the talks will be about stimulating the economy and cooperation to fight organized crime.

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The US diplomat pointed out that cooperation to fight organized crime is a very important topic. He remarked that it is a threat to the region which has to be challenged and that this is an opportunity to discuss joint measures.

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