SAN JOSE, July 28 (Prensa Latina) Costa Rica and the United States have coordinated actions for safe, orderly and regular immigration, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship (MREC) reported today.
According to MREC, Costa Rica’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Arnoldo Andre, received on Wednesday in Casa Amarilla, the capital, a US delegation led by the Director of Cross-Border Security at the National Security Council, Catherine Tobin, and the ambassador here, Cynthia. Teles.
The press release indicated that during the meeting, the two parties addressed the financial and logistical challenges that Costa Rica faces in concern, both for the flows of migrants from the south of the continent, as well as for asylum seekers.
“This meeting is a sign of the excellent relationship between Costa Rica and the United States to address the common challenges of migration in our region,” Andre said, according to the Foreign Ministry.
For their part, the representatives of Washington renewed the will of the administration of US President, Joe Biden, to support the Department of Migration in Costa Rica, through cooperation in various fields, in order to ensure safe, orderly and regular migration in the region. said the source of the information.
He said the meeting was also attended by officials from the US State Department, Janine Wayne, deputy assistant secretary of state for the Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration. and Patrick Ventrell, Director of the Bureau of Central American Affairs, Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs.
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