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Costa Rica’s Solís joins UN secretary-general in call for immediate ceasefire in Gaza conflict

Solís: "If the situation continues as it has, the world, not just Costa Rica, is going to have to take increasingly strong measure to protect the lives of the weakest who are being bulldozed by an attitude that does not agree with the values that the government of Costa Rica defends.”

Even without diplomatic ties, Costa Rica still ranks as Taiwan’s top Central America trade partner

TAIPEI, Taiwan – Seven years ago, Costa Rican President Óscar Arias outraged Taiwanese officials by breaking diplomatic relations with the prosperous island nation and aligning Costa Rica instead with mainland China. Yet Costa Rica remains Taiwan’s largest Central American trading partner by far, with bilateral trade consistently outpacing the region’s other countries

High gas prices drive Costa Rica to reconsider Petrocaribe alliance with Venezuela

As Costa Rica’s gasoline prices reach record highs, politicians are scrambling to find a way to curb costs at the pump. Members of the leftist Broad Front Party think the answer lies in a Venezuelan oil-sharing scheme, Petrocaribe.

After a year, still no word on new US ambassador to Costa Rica

President Luis Guillermo Solís told The Tico Times that he did not bring up the subject of the absent ambassador post during his brief stay in Washington, D.C. last week, when he also met with members of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Solís outlines plans for Costa Rica in first Washington appearance as president

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Luis Guillermo Solís made his Washington debut as Costa Rica’s 47th president Thursday morning, speaking on an array of issues ranging from honesty in government to Central American integration and the fight against drug trafficking.

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