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President of Costa Rica attends the Davos Forum

President of Costa Rica attends the Davos Forum

San José, Jan 16 (Prensa Latina) President Rodrigo Chaves is attending the Annual Assembly of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, which began on Monday and will continue until next Friday.

“We are going to tell the world that the association of these companies and the geopolitical position of Costa Rica is vital for them, because we are a model of democracy…” Chaves said this Sunday on radio and television.

“In addition, in a world where foreign direct investment pie is shrinking, we are going to go not only to get ourselves the slice that was ours before, but a bigger one. The investment resources that generate jobs and prosperity for this country,” he stressed.

The Costa Rican delegation also includes the Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Worship Arnoldo André, and of Foreign Trade Manuel Tovar.

Chaves previously said that the Forum constitutes a meeting point with leaders of friendly countries and business partners and revealed that he will meet with the presidents of Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso, and Colombia, Gustavo Petro. He also mentioned that he would talk with authorities from the United Arab Emirates, Spain, the Dominican Republic and Indonesia.

He pointed out that on behalf of Costa Rica and due to his own personal inclinations, he was invited to speak in various sessions on the future of democracy in the world and in a panel of presidents that will analyze the state of democracy and the reactivation of global cooperation.


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