QCOSTARICA – At the break of daylight Friday, President Luis Guillermo Solis, appeared in person at boarding gates 1 and 2 of the Juan Santamaria (San Jose) international airport, for a personal send off of some the last Cuban migrants stranded in Costa Rica.
It was before 5:30am, the second of two flights Friday morning was staring to board to take 244 Cubans to Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, where they would then be able cross into the United States. The first flight had taken off at 5:00am.
The last of the Cuban migrants, some 300, in two groups will leave this morning (Saturday) and another on Tuesday.
“I have fond memories of Costa Rica, we felt welcome, we will carry the Costa Ricans in our hearts. The goal is