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Venezuelan flag Embassy of Venezuela in San José

AddressSan José, Barrio Rohrmoser. de la casa de Oscar Arias, 100 mts. al sur, 400 mts. al oeste y 25 mts. al sur.
San José
Costa Rica
Phonelocal: 2231.0974
international: +506.2231.0974
Faxlocal: 2290.3806
international: +506.2290.3806
Web sitehttp://www.embavenezuelacr.org/

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Enrique UK
Wed, 28 Jun 2017 09:24 EDT
Stop the massacre in Venezuela
Stop the massacre in Venezuela
I just read in the news today that another young guy has been killed by the military in Caracas, La Carlota, everyday we hear of young people been killed and nobody is doing anything at all !!! Venezuela's government is not democratic but narco-tyrannical. The poor people of Venezuela is suffering hunger, not medication, no democracy, no freedom at all and still some other countries are supporting such genocide like Cuba, Trinidad and Tobago, Nicaragua, Bolivia, Ecuador, Antigua and Barbuda, St. Lucia, etc. please stop the killings of young people!!!
O B Chastain
Thu, 7 Jan 2016 19:14 EST
Need Venezuelan Visa for March
Happy New Year. I am American living in Costa Rica as a permanent resident. Please help me get visa

O B Chastain, torocostarica@yahoo.com
ahmed hussein issack
Wed, 6 Aug 2014 01:05 EDT
visa venezuela
how are you. aim kenyan citizenship iam liveing in nairobai so i have a passiport kenyan so how can i get visa venezuela my email is ridwaan102@hotail.com please tall me as ussen as inposiple

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