Bill Clinton to meet with Costa Rica’s president

May 7, 2012

Ex-U.S. president Bill Clinton will meet Laura Chinchilla at 4 p.m. on Wednesday at the official headquarters of the presidency in Zapote, a district in southeastern San José

Clinton is coming to Costa Rica to speak at an environmental forum in Escazú. Chinchilla will accompany Clinton, who was the U.S. president from 1993-2001, to the Sustainability and Environment Business Forum later that evening.

While president, Clinton visited Costa Rica in May 1997, during the presidency of José María Figueres.

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