Costa Rica to assign new ambassador to Nicaragua

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    Costa Rica’s Foreign Minister, Enrique Castillo, will announce who the new ambassador to Costa Rica in Nicaragua, after nearly a year of having no diplomatic representative in Managua.

    The new appointment will be announced by mid August, 2012.

    The previous ambassador, Mimi Castillo Prado, was removed last year when Nicaragua made an illegal incursion in to Costa Rica over the San Juan river border dispute.
    According to Castillo, “it is time to resume diplomatic work in the neighboring country.”

    The foreign minister also said that the new ambassador will be an official of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

    The Nicaragua Costa Rica relationship has been further strained this year, when Costa Rica deported several Nicaraguan families that had set up small farm operation on the Costa Rica side of the border and further disputes regarding the Nicaragua Canal Project

    The Costa Rica news (TCRN)
    San Jose Costa Rica
    Category: Latin America news

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