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Costa Rica refuses to recognize Maduro’s mandate, despite diplomatic threat from Venezuela

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterated that it will not recognize the new term of Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela, despite the diplomatic threat made to the countries of the Lima Group, including Costa Rica, on Wednesday.
Costa Rica subscribes to the Declaration of the Lima Group that does not recognize the legitimacy of the new government of Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela. Peruvian Foreign Minister Néstor Popolizio presided over the Meeting of Foreign Affairs Ministers held at the Torre Tagle Palace, in Peru. Costa Rica’s vice chancellor, Lorena Aguilar (in red), attended the meeting. Photo: Peru Foreign Ministry
Maduro issued on Wednesday an ultimatum to the Lima Group countries, saying that if the bloc did not change its policy toward Caracas in the next 48 hours, the Venezuelan

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