U.S. vice president arrives in Costa Rica for summit
U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden arrived on Sunday in Costa Rica to attend a Monday summit with leaders from Central American countries, Xinhua reported.
Biden traveled to Costa Rica from Santiago, Chile, where he met with South American leaders including Chilean President Michelle Bachelet.
Biden was accompanied by his wife Jill and White House officials in charge of U.S. relations with Latin America.
The U.S. leader was welcomed at the Juan Santamaria international airport by Costa Rican Foreign Minister Bruno Stagno and Costa Rican Ambassador to the United States Tomas Duenas.