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Blinken to highlight democracy on Latin America trip

It will be Blinken's third visit to Latin America since the Biden administration took office in January after stops in Mexico and Costa Rica.

Blinken urges Central America to defend democracy to alleviate migration

The US Secretary of State urged Central America to defend democracy and fight corruption to fight the root causes of the influx of migrants to the United States

United States donates armored vehicles, helps expand crime investigation lab in Costa Rica

The U.S. Embassy also provided OIJ and the Public Security Ministry (MSP) with a total of four armored vehicles, valued at $250,000 each. 

Returning to Level 1 travel advisory ‘very difficult,’ US tells Costa Rica

As of Jan. 7, the U.S. State Department says visitors to Costa Rica should exercise increased caution due to crime as part of its Level 2 advisory. 

Costa Rican government responds to Level 2 travel advisory from the United States

Over the first 11 months of 2019, more than half of the 2.8 million tourists who visited Costa Rica came from North America. Of those, nearly 1.2 million hailed from the United States. 

U.S. travel advisory says visitors to Costa Rica should ‘exercise increased caution’

The United States Department of State issued on Tuesday a travel advisory warning that visitors to Costa Rica should exercise increased caution due to crime. 

Trump announces that Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras will receive ‘targeted assistance’

The US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, said in a statement that he informed Congress of his intention to resume foreign aid for El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.

US invokes regional defense treaty after military exercises in Venezuela

Costa Rica tried unsuccessfully to approve an amendment to the resolution excluding the use of armed force as an alternative.

USA and other countries in the region will ask to activate TIAR in the face of Venezuela crisis

TIAR is a regional mutual military defense agreement that provides a legal framework for a possible foreign intervention.

US-Venezuela relations in deep freeze

Hitting Venezuela with oil sanctions to undermine the Maduro regime, Washington's latest gambit could turn 20 years of frosty relations still icier.

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