United States Supports Breastfeeding and Gender Equality

“It is vital to recognize the importance of breastfeeding for the development of children and the health of mothers. We hope that these mobile units will facilitate the process for policewomen, by reconciling their work responsibilities with breastfeeding, to promote a healthier and more engaged workforce.” – U.S. Ambassador Cynthia Telles The U.S.Embassy donated three mobile ... Read More»

CBP moves closer to full Global Entry partnership with Costa Rica

Release Date Tue, 08/29/2023 WASHINGTON – U.S. Customs and Border Protection signed a Joint Statement of Cooperation today to formally initiate negotiations to include Costa Rica among the Global Entry foreign partner countries, an initiative that expedites entry procedures into U.S. ports of entry. The signing took place today at the Costa Rican Embassy. Attendees included ... Read More»

United States Helps Strengthen Costa Rica’s Cybersecurity  

U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) Commander General Laura Richardson and Costa Rican President Rodrigo Chaves announced a security assistance project that will allow the Ministry of Public Security to establish a Cybersecurity Operations Center by 2026.  The $9.8 million initiative includes state-of-the-art equipment, specialized training and logistical assistance from the United States of America.  The U.S. ... Read More»

Remarks by Ambassador Cynthia Telles on Independence Day

Welcome and good evening to all. Honorable President of the Republic Rodrigo Chaves, President of the Supreme Electoral Court Eugenia Zamora, Vice President Mary Munive, interim President of the Supreme Court Patricia Solano, interim Chancellor Christian Guillermet, Ministers of the State, Ambassadors, Deputies, and very distinguished guests, it is an honor to join you all ... Read More»
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