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  • PM Oli, Costa Rica President talk cooperation, peace, climate change

    San Jose, October 2

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    Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and President of Costa Rica Carlos Alvarado Quesada have discussed a wide range of issues pertaining to bilateral relations and the two countries’ outlook of the world.

    Prime Minister Oli told President Quesada that Costa Rica has made commendable progress in achieving economic growth and protecting the environment and human rights, the Nepali PM said during a joint press conference after the meeting.

    Similarly, issues related to poverty reduction, sustainable development, environment protection, and clean energy were also on the agenda of the meeting, state-owned news agency RSS reported.

    Earlier in the day, the First Vice-President and Foreign Affairs Minister of Costa Rica Epsy Campbell Barr, welcomed Prime Minister Oli to the Museum of Costa Rican’s Art, where the meeting with President Quesada was to take place.

    Following the bilateral meeting, President of Costa Rica Quesada and the first lady, hosted a banquet in honour of Prime Minister Oli, his spouse Radhika Shakya and the Nepali delegation.

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