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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) -The president of Costa Rica, Laura Chinchilla, traveled today to New York to attend the General Assembly of the United Nations. Among other objectives, the president will denounce hostile actions of Nicaragua against Costa Rica.

    Chinchilla also made ​​the deposit of the Arms Trade Treaty, recently approved by the Congress, and will actively join the call for nuclear disarmament. She will also have meetings related to attracting foreign investment to Costa Rica and the progress in meeting the Goals of the Millennium Development of the United Nations.

    Throughout the week, Chinchilla will be accompanied by Foreign Minister Enrique Castillo, Minister of Foreign Trade, Anabel Gonzalez, and Planning Minister Roberto Gallardo.

    The Costa Rican presidentwill deliver a speech at the UN on Tuesday, and will address “issues relevant to the country in international politics and defense of its sovereignty to the constant violations by Nicaragua,” the official agenda informed.

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