Paul Watson Apologizes for Confusing Foreign Minister René Castro

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The leading conservation organization Sea Sheppard headed by Paul Watson, apologized via a posting on its official Facebook page, for a new criticism of the government of Costa Rica said to have held talks with the Minister of Environment, René Castro, when in fact they had made with the foreign minister, Enrique Castillo.

    “CORRECTION: In my article” Fear and Loathing in San Jose “I made a mistake. The notes I had with me to the meeting with the delegation of Costa Rica in Germany in June 2012 refer to Environment Minister Rene Castro. The person with whom I had the conversation about the Varaderi one was in fact the Costa Rican Foreign Minister Enrique Castillo. My apologies to Mr. Castro. The transcript of the conversation was correct, but had misspelled the name of the Minister. It was a year ago and has been hard to keep the right notes while I’m at sea “, published Watson.

    The conservationist said in his article that the Costa Rican authorities have been seduced by the business fluttering in national waters and even said that no influence of Japan, also questioned the lack of clarity in issuing judgments about it.

    Also Watson criticized the way the case has been Biologist, Jairo Mora, “President Laura Chinchilla was quick to denounce the saving of sharks, but I have not heard from her about the importance of bringing the murderers to justice (… ) How much influence do the narco-poachers have on the government and the police? “he said in his letter.

    Currently, the International Police (INTERPOL), maintains an arrest warrant against Watson, Issued in Costa Rica, for crimes such as the danger of shipwreck and air disaster against the Costa Rican boat Varadero which occurred in 2002. CRHOY

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