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With U.S. support, Costa Rica adds new plane to police fleet

The Air Surveillance Service (SVA) of Costa Rica's Public Security Ministry on Monday unveiled a new airplane meant to assist in anti-drug operations. 

Authorities inspect 49 agriculture companies in Northern Zone, close 9

Plantations and packers of products such as pineapple and cassava operate in the Northern Zone, regularly employing undocumented migrants from neighboring Nicaragua. 

Costa Rica tightens controls in the agricultural sector due to coronavirus

Migrants, employed in Costa Rica as seasonal laborers, typically work long hours and live in cramped housing that make them more vulnerable to disease.

Costa Rica installs airfield on border with Nicaragua to reinforce coronavirus surveillance

The airfield aims to strengthen control of the 300 km border with Nicaragua, said Costa Rican vice president Epsy Campell.

Collaboration with U.S. helps Costa Rica inaugurate new air surveillance plane

The Beechcraft King Air 250 aircraft was purchased largely through a $7.5 million investment from the SVA with significant support from the U.S. Government.

U.S. Embassy makes donation to support air surveillance operations in Costa Rica

The embassy's donation will fund operations of the ministry's Air Surveillance Service – in particular, the special missions carried out using an aircraft seized from two drug smugglers.

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