US Secretary of State in Costa Rica to discuss Central American migrants

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    US Secretary of State Antony #Blinken on Wednesday used a visit to #CostaRica to urge Central Americans with dreams of making a better life elsewhere not to head to his country without the proper documents. Blinken was wrapping up a two-day trip to #LatinAmerica with the aim of putting into practice President Joe “#Biden’s desire to tackle issues driving migrant arrivals at the southern border of the #UnitedStates. FRANCE 24’s Ioan Grillo tells us more.

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