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    Colombia Sends Experts to Costa Rica to Help Investigate Attack on its Embassy

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Today the president of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, sent a group of experts to assist Costa Rican authorities to investigate a shooting attack on Colombias’s embassy in San Jose, which left no casualties.

    According to Santos the government wants to see “what is behind this fact”, recalling that the delegation was attacked with “a burst of shots”.On the other hand, the Colombian Foreign Ministry said that the government rejects registered vandalism against its embassy.

    Referring to the attack, it explained that this morning unknown vadals fired at the embassy of Colombia in San Jose, leaving no casualties.

    In addition, Colombia’s ambassador in Costa Rica, Hernando Herrera, notified the authorities and called for a thorough investigation to clarify the facts as soon as possible.”

    The Costa Rican authorities reinforced security in the Colombian Embassy. The Security Minister of Costa Rica, Mario Zamora, stated that at least two people fired from a car at the headquarters of the Colombian Embassy. LFN

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