Costa Rica and Panama strengthen ties and will work on marine protection

Costa Rica and Panama on Wednesday strengthened their bilateral ties and pledged to work jointly to enhance marine protection efforts, particularly in the Pacific, an official source reported.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Costa Rican Foreign Minister Rodolfo Solano on Wednesday (8) met with his Panamanian counterpart Erika Mouynes, and the two exchanged views on the regional and multilateral context, the Costa Rican government said in a statement.

In the bilateral scope, the Ministers "defined an agenda for the next Meeting of the Strategic Association Council, to be held before the end of the year in Panama City, and confirmed the celebration of the XVI Permanent Joint Commission on Limits, in October in San José," the official statement said.

The Strategic Association Agreement between Costa Rica and Panama, signed . . .

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