Dutch Caribbean Kingdom partners sign cooperation protocol on migration and population policy

/Dutch Caribbean Kingdom partners sign cooperation protocol on migration and population policy

Dutch Caribbean Kingdom partners sign cooperation protocol on migration and population policy

The Dutch Caribbean Kingdom partners (Aruba, Curacao, Sint Maarten) have all agreed to the need for developing policies to effectively respond to socio-economic issues and challenges facing them. The Dutch Caribbean Kingdom partners especially take into account the impact of regional and international developments concerning migration and its consequences for social economic issues.

The aforementioned is but one of several important topics addressed last Friday when the Prime Ministers of Sint Maarten, Aruba and Curacao discussed ways to further intensify collaboration as partners in the Kingdom.

Cooperation among the Dutch Caribbean Kingdom partners is seen as the most effective tool to strengthen, share and accelerate development within the countries and across the region. By sharing knowledge and best practices the Kingdom partners create ways to make positive impacts on their national developments, while making the most of the limited available resources and capacity. Read more

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