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Latest From The Netherlands Letter to Parliament on implementation agendas Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten, 2nd quarter 2021

Letter to Parliament on implementation agendas Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten, 2nd quarter 2021: State Secretary Knops will inform the House of Representatives about the implementation agendas with Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten for the 2nd quarter of 2021. The Senate has received the same letter.
TRANSLATION:
In my letter of 26 March to your House in which I inform you about the
decision-making in the Reich Council of Ministers that day, I promised to inform you
about the implementation agendas with Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten. With this letter
I keep that promise.
On Monday, March 29, I held the
implementation agenda for the second quarter of 2021 adopted and
signed. You will find this implementation agenda here. Although the cabinet of
Aruba fell on March 30, this has no consequences for this
implementation agenda made agreements. Prime Minister Wever-Croes has
indicated that current agreements with the Netherlands will continue as usual.
The implementation agendas of Curaçao and Sint Maarten have not yet been signed.
After the elections of March 19, new political relations are in Curaçao
originate. The incoming coalition of MFK and PNP has the government of Curaçao
asked not to take irreversible steps around the agreements with
The Netherlands. It has also been stated that it will take some time to complete all relevant
to study pieces. In view of this wish, the government of Curaçao is of
believe that it is unwise to sign the implementation agenda now. The
The Dutch government hopes that this will soon be possible, so that the
cooperation can be further shaped in the interest of the residents of
Curacao.
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I am discussing the implementation agenda of Sint Maarten with the ministerial
president of Sint Maarten. She has indicated that she will not follow the Implementation Agenda
signed as long as no liquidity support is provided to its country. It
We therefore now have to wait for clarification of the position of the States of Sint
Maarten, as requested by the Council of Ministers of the Kingdom on March 26, 2001.
The State Secretary for the Interior and Kingdom Relations,
drs. R.W. Knops
1 Parliamentary Papers II, 2020-21, 35420,
no. 245

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