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US-Costa Rica relations

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 funds research to preserve Costa Rica’s famous stone spheres

The National Museum of Costa Rica will use the information generated by the study to outline a plan for redirecting river flows and for protecting the archaeological sites at Finca 6.

President Trump nominates Sharon Day as ambassador to Costa Rica

Sharon Day served on the Executive Committee of the Broward County Republican Party beginning in 1994.

U.S. donates new station, speed boat to Costa Rica’s Coast Guard

The U.S. government also donated a 45-foot-long interceptor speed boat that local Coast Guard officials dubbed “Cadejos 3.”

President Luis Guillermo Solís worried about U.S. immigration policies

Solís said he hopes budget cuts announced by U.S. President Trump will not impact security, migration and other aid programs for Costa Rica and Central America.

President Luis Guillermo Solís to meet with U.S. Vice President Michael Pence

President Luis Guillermo Solís will also visit New York to participate in the United Nations Panel on Women's Economic Empowerment.

U.S. volunteer specialists perform spine surgeries on 11 Costa Rican children

A group of U.S. surgeons and other specialists joined local physicians this week to perform spine surgeries on 11 patients at the National Children’s Hospital in San José.

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.

U.S. Embassy in San José donates police van

U.S. Ambassador S. Fitzgerald Haney on Dec. 12 delivers a new police van for San José, a donation from the U.S. Embassy.

U.S. Southern Command supports Costa Rican indigenous communities

The 16-member group joined 30 Costa Rican physicians to provide indigenous people with assistance in preventive medicine, dentistry, pediatrics, ophthalmology and gynecology.

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