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Official Press Release: Visit Blok ends border closure Venezuela

CARACAS, WILLEMSTAD – After his visits to Sint Maarten, Aruba, Curaçao and Colombia, Minister Blok traveled to Caracas, the capital of Venezuela. There, together with vice-presidents El Aissami and Soteldo, he signed an agreement on the lifting of the border blockade that Venezuela had raised earlier this year. This removal must lead to the restoration […]

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Is This Stock Fit For Your Portfolio? Orthofix International NV (OFIX) – MostVolatileStocks (press release)

MostVolatileStocks (press release)Is This Stock Fit For Your Portfolio? Orthofix International NV (OFIX)MostVolatileStocks (press release)Orthofix International N.V. (OFIX) is Netherlands Antilles based company. Currently it has a market worth of $1044...

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Yacht Race Helps St. Barts Heal from Irma – The New York Times – New York Times


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Yacht Race Helps St. Barts Heal from Irma - The New York Times
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GUSTAVIA, St. Barts — Francois Tolede, the director of the Les Voiles de Saint Barth regatta, was standing outside his house and drawing an arc in the air with his index finger. He was showing the flight path of his neighbor's roof during Hurricane ...

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#REBUILDSXM – The Daily Herald (press release)

The Daily Herald (press release)#REBUILDSXMThe Daily Herald (press release)A 40-foot container recently arrived on St. Maarten filled with smiles, hope and joy. It was a container sent by the RebuildSXM Foundation. RebuildSXM is an organization that wa...

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Dutch civil servants may fly again with InselAir

WILLEMSTAD – Dutch Government officials are allowed to fly with the Curacao airline InselAir. More than a year ago, the government banned business trips with this company for safety reasons. The problems at the airline and the aviation authority on Curaçao (CCAA) have largely been remedied. This was done with help from the Human Environment […]

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Dutch civil servants may fly again with InselAir

WILLEMSTAD – Dutch Government officials are allowed to fly with the Curacao airline InselAir. More than a year ago, the government banned business trips with this company for safety reasons. The problems at the airline and the aviation authority on Curaçao (CCAA) have largely been remedied. This was done with help from the Human Environment […]

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Separate Directorate-General for Kingdom Relations

THE HAGUE – The Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations has decided to transfer the Kingdom Relations file to a separate Directorate-General. Henk Brons has been appointed as a quartermaster for the new department today, which will focus entirely on matters relating to the cooperation of the Netherlands with the other countries of the […]

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Separate Directorate-General for Kingdom Relations

THE HAGUE – The Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations has decided to transfer the Kingdom Relations file to a separate Directorate-General. Henk Brons has been appointed as a quartermaster for the new department today, which will focus entirely on matters relating to the cooperation of the Netherlands with the other countries of the […]

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