Costa Rica Panama to discuss border issues

first_imgNo related posts. Costa Rica’s Foreign Ministry announced Monday that the government will send a high-level delegation to Panama this week to seek solutions to a dispute arising from the presence of several Panamanian vehicles in Costa Rica without proper registration.The Presidency Ministry also formed a working group involving representatives of various institutions to discuss several border issues. The group includes officials from the public security, immigration, foreign and finance ministries.Officials from the two countries held talks on Sept. 17, and a follow-up meeting is scheduled for Oct. 23. Among the topics to be discussed are immigration, security, territorial disputes, borders, drug trafficking, smuggling and social development, among others.According to a press release by the Foreign Ministry, Costa Rica and Panama “maintain excellent bilateral relations, and any situation will be addressed through friendly conversations.” Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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first_img“If his deal’s up, I think he’s going to look around and there’s going to be people who are going to be willing to pay a premium and have a better situation and system.”While finding a new QB is vital for the Cardinals, the team has other important holes to fill.“Right now you got to put the fluid situation at offensive line as your number two priority behind quarterback. You got to concentrate on the offensive line at this stage,” said Paul Calvisi.Starting left guard Alan Faneca retired in the offseason while holdover starters center Lyle Sendlein and right guard Deuce Lutui are not under contract.Wide receiver Steve Breaston is also without a contract and Fitzgerald will need somebody to keep team’s from focusing so much on him.“Re-signing Steve Breaston makes Larry Fitzgerald’s life easier. That’s something that needs to be bumped up the list,” said Hamblin.No doubt the Cardinals have important holes to fill, but we’re all still waiting for the lockout to be over to start addressing these problems. Top Stories PHOENIX – The Arizona Cardinals, like many other NFL teams around the league, will be pressed to quickly fill holes on their roster when the lockout is lifted.The lockout could be over in mid-July leaving teams with only two weeks of free agency and trades.For the Cardinals, it’s obvious finding a new starting quarterback is the team’s number one priority.“The quarterback stuff is the first domino to fall because if you don’t address the quarterback situation properly, I don’t think you get Larry Fitzgerald to re-sign here,” said Chris Hamblin on the Sports 620 KTAR’s Sports Interactive show on Tuesday. Comments   Share   D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’center_img Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocationlast_img read more