Discourse: Diplomatic presence to boost Costa Rica-RI partnership
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Manuel Gonzales Sanz (Courtesy of Costa Rican Embassy)Despite being separated by half of the world, Costa Rica has strengthened its relations with Indonesia and other ASEAN countries by opening an embassy in Jakarta in a recent move that is expected to boost not only ties between the governments but also among businesspeople. Costa Rican Foreign Minister Manuel Gonzales Sanz spoke with The Jakarta...
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