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Alvarado hopes Costa Rica’s political “pendulum” will not “set back” his advances

President Carlos Alvarado said Thursday he hopes that the eventual "pendulum" of politics in Costa Rica, where the second round of the presidential election...

Costa Rica President Participates In Munich Security Conference

Costa Rica President Carlos Alvarado participated virtually this Saturday in the Munich Security Conference. The primary focus of the conference was the potential for...

Costa Rica President Alvarado Tests Positive for Covid-19

The President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado Quesada, on Wednesday felt some mild symptoms of COVID-19 and decided to take a PCR test, unfortunately...

Costa Rica participates in COP26: ‘Last, best hope’ to meet 1.5C target

Global COP26 climate negotiations are the "last, best hope" to keep the goal of limiting global warming to 1.5C alive, said summit president Alok Sharma

New Quepos Airport upgrades finally complete

Costa Rican inaugurated the renovated La Managua Airport in Quepos, serving Manuel Antonio and the Central Pacific.

Watch: Costa Rica’s address to the UN General Assembly

President Carlos Alvarado on Tuesday delivered Costa Rica's address to the United Nations General Assembly. The 76th Session of the General Assembly of the...

Costa Rica warns of pandemic’s economic impact

President Carlos Alvarado warned of "instability in developing economies" due to the ongoing economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.

President Alvarado, First Lady Dobles receive second vaccine shots

Costa Rica President Carlos Alvarado and First Lady Claudia Dobles received their second Covid-19 vaccine doses.

Costa Rica ban on Styrofoam begins this week

The use of expanded polystyrene, more commonly known as Styrofoam, will be restricted across Costa Rica in most situations beginning August 7

Facing backlash, Costa Rica’s OECD representative resigns

The new representative of Costa Rica to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Ottón Solís, resigned from his position eight days after taking office due to backlash from Congress and business associations.

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