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Obama schedule for Friday, May 3

May 3, 2013 at 6:36 AM   |   Comments

WASHINGTON, May 3 (UPI) -- President Obama finishes up his stay in Mexico, then travels to Costa Rica Friday, the White House said.

The daily schedule indicates Obama will:

-- Speak at the Anthropology Museum in Mexico City.

-- Meet with Mexican entrepreneurs at the museum.

-- Leave Mexico City for San Jose, Costa Rica.

-- Meet with U.S. Embassy personnel at the InterContinental Real Hotel in San Jose.

-- Participate in two meetings with President Laura Chinchilla at Casa Amarilla.

-- Participate in a cultural event with Chinchilla and Costa Rican youth at Casa Amarilla.

-- Conduct a joint news conference with Chinchilla at the National Center for Art and Culture.

-- Participate in a photo session with Central American Integration System leaders at the National Theatre.

-- Attend a working dinner with Chinchilla and Central American Integration System leaders at the National Theatre.

Topics: Barack Obama
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