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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Costa Rican Foreign Minister, Manuel González, and the British Foreign Minister for Latin America, Hugo Swire, met in San Jose in agreement to strengthen ties between the two countries and stress their “shared vision” on climate change and other issues.

    The one-day visit of Swire confirms the excellent ties between Costa Rica and the United Kingdom, who have shared views on matters of bilateral, regional and global agenda, and especially on the control of the arms trade and climate change, reported the Costa Rican Foreign Ministry.

    “The UK believes that Costa Rica is a partner in this strategically important region, and is interested in deepening ties in areas of common interest such as renewable energy, science and education,” said Chancellor Gonzalez.

    The British representative also met with Vice President of the country, Helio Fallas, and the Minister of Foreign Trade, Alexander Mora on Monday. 
    Swire also plans to hold meetings with entrepreneurs and representatives of multiple NGOs.

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