Friday, July 13, 2007

Costa Rica and Panama to hold bi-lateral talks

Costa Rica's foreign minister, Bruno Stagno, announced yesterday that he will be meeting with his Panamanian counterpart, Samuel Lewis, in David, Panama, for their first bi-national meeting.

The meeting is schedule to take place on July 26 and 27 to discuss an intense agenda between the two countries.

Costa Rica and Panama share a border without military patrols, making it one of the most peaceful border in Central America.

Topics on the table of discussion are political affairs between the two nations, environment, tourism, infrastructure, border security and customs matters.

Costa Rica held a similar meeting last October with its neighbour to the north, Nicaragua.

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