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For Immediate Release
Office of the Press Secretary
May 7, 2002
President Bush Designates Eight Individuals to Represent the United States at the Inauguration of the President of the Republic of Costa Rica
President George W. Bush today announced his designation of eight individuals to represent the United States at the Inauguration of His Excellency Abel Pacheco de La Espriella, President of the Republic of Costa Rica on May 8, 2002.
The following individuals will be members of the delegation representing the United States at the Inauguration of His Excellency Abel Pacheco de La Espriella, President of the Republic of Costa Rica.
The Honorable Ann M. Veneman, Secretary of Agriculture will serve as the leader of the delegation.
The Honorable John Danilovich, U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica
The Honorable Otto J. Reich, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs
The Honorable Roger F. Noriega, Ambassador, United States Permanent Representative to the Organization of American States
Mr. Elton Bomer, Consultant and Former Secretary of State, Texas
Mr. Mark Langdale, President, Posadas USA, Inc
Mr. Joseph O'Neill, President, O'Neill Properties, Limited
Mr. H. Douglas Barclay, Attorney