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Published on Wednesday, November 24, 2021
By the A.M. Costa Rica staff

South Korea will donate $10 million to Costa Rica to support various areas of joint cooperation between the two countries, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The donation announcement was made by Korean President, Moon Jae-In. "We are going to elevate our relations (between both countries) to a comprehensive association. In this way, we are going to concentrate to materialize our cooperation in environmental, digital, science and technology, among various areas and thus open a new horizon of cooperation for the next 60 years of the bilateral relationship, Jae-In said.

The donation will be used to promote areas of cooperation of both countries in trade, investment, environment, infrastructure, education, health, security, tourism among many other issues, the ministry said.

President Carlos Alvarado, who is touring South Korea, thanked the Korean government for their donation on behalf of the Costa Rican people.

The relationship between Costa Rica and Korea was established over 60 years ago.

How else has Costa Rica benefited from their relationship with South Korea?
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