GOCR

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GOCRGovernment of Costa Rica
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The Government of Costa Rica investigated and prosecuted several trafficking cases involving both foreign and domestic victims during the reporting period, but failed to achieve any convictions.
The Government of Costa Rica sustained law enforcement efforts against human trafficking during the reporting period.
The Government of Costa Rica reiterated its most energetic and resounding protest before the Government of Nicaragua, for the actions of troops of the Army of that country that penetrated Costa Rican territory and killed A Nicaraguan
16 it has downgraded the bond rating of the government of Costa Rica to Ba1 from Baa3.
As a matter of policy, the Government of Costa Rica does not encourage or facilitate the illicit production or distribution of narcotic or psychotropic drugs or other controlled substances, or the laundering of proceeds from illegal drug transactions.
The Government of Costa Rica improved law enforcement efforts against human trafficking during the reporting period.
The Government of Costa Rica expresses a cordial greeting to the people and the Government of the Republic of Guatemala for the presidential elections held on August 11, 2019, and in which Mr.
Both countries have not reached an agreement over the delimitation of their maritime boundaries, and the recent decision by Nicaragua to tender exploration and exploitation of oil in Caribbean waters has alarmed the government of Costa Rica which has denounced Nicaragua for offering such licenses in areas that Costa Ricans consider belongs to them.
The Government of Costa Rica expressed concern regarding the rising consumption of illicit narcotics, levels of drug-related violence, and the presence of the Sinaloa Cartel.
The Government of Costa Rica showed limited success in enforcement efforts against traffickers during the reporting year.
The official starting signal for the project called Strengthening the capacities of the government of Costa Rica and the host communities for reception and integration of Nicaraguan migrants and refugees was given, a The effort of the government of Costa Rica with the collaboration of the Organization of American States (OAS) to help improve the conditions in which migrant and refugee populations in Nicaragua are located in the country and host communities.
A year after the declaration of a state of emergency by the government of Costa Rica because of the rust blight, 25,000 farmers are still waiting for the bureaucracy to enable the operation of a $40 million trust fund, reports Nacon.com (Jan.
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