Costa Rica Approved USA Warship Docking

    Must Read

    Creating a Conscious alternative news network that we feel the world needs. Pura Vida!

    San Jose [TCRN] – Costa Rica Deputies approved the entry and stay of an armed gunship (USS Elrod) from the United States.

    The vote was 34 votes for and 5 against, on Thursday, last day of sessions before mid summer vacations.

    The boat will be allowed to remain in the country until July 12. The USS Elrod is 135 meters long, is armed, with a crew of 15 officers, 200 enlisted and under the authority of the National Guard, with two aircraft on-board (SH-60B helicopters).

    Recently, the ship was involved in an operation that seized more than two thousand kilos of marijuana in a joint effort to control narco-traffic on the seas.

    Several Members expressed doubts about the work done in Costa Rican waters by the joint patrol program, which has been in effect between Costa Rica and the United States for eleven years.

    A few weeks ago parliament had approved the entry into the nearly fifty national armed ships of smaller size, but most carrying helicopters and personnel.

    The Costa Rica News
    San Jose Costa Rica

    USS Elrod, San Jose Costa Rica, costa rica, costa rica news, Costa Rica and the United States

    resonance, coworking Costa Rica
    At Resonance, we aspire to live in harmony with the natural world as a reflection of our gratitude for life. We are co-creating an inspired and integrative community, committed to working, living and learning together. We resonate with that deep longing to belong to the hive and the desire to live the highest version of ourselves in service.
    - Advertisement -

    Subscribe to our newsletter

    Get all the latest news, events, offers and special announcements.

    Latest News

    Japan Offers Scholarships for Tico Students in Postgraduate, Undergraduate and Technical Education

    The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan (MEXT for its acronym in English and Monbukagakusho...

    More Articles Like This

    Language »