Leaders of Aruba, Curaçao, and Sint Maarten establish implementation agendas for the third quarter of 2023

July 10, 2023  –THE HAGUE – In a significant development, the implementation agendas for the third quarter of 2023 have been officially established and signed by the Prime Ministers of Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten, and the Netherlands Mrs. Evelyn Wever-Croes of Aruba, Mr. Gilmar Pisas of Curaçao, Mrs. Silveria Jacobs of Sint Maarten, and State Secretary Alexandra Van Huffelen have collectively set the course for the upcoming period. 

These implementation agendas have been meticulously crafted in close collaboration with the respective countries. They serve as comprehensive roadmaps, offering invaluable guidance for the effective execution of the Country Packages in the months ahead. Van Huffelen says that it is worth noting that these are the inaugural implementation agendas established under the auspices of the Mutual Regulation for Collaboration in Reforms, enacted on April 4, 2023. 

“The establishment and signing of these implementation agendas signify the commitment of all parties involved to work together towards the successful realization of the agreed-upon reforms. By aligning our efforts and resources, we aim to foster sustainable growth, improve governance, and enhance the overall well-being of our nations,” says the State Secretary.

Furthermore, in the spirit of transparency and accountability, the State Secretary says they assure that a comprehensive update on the progress made in implementing the Country Packages will be shared with the public in the near future through detailed implementation reports. These reports will provide a thorough assessment of the advancements achieved, highlighting the positive outcomes and addressing any challenges encountered along the way. 

“As we embark on this transformative journey, we remain dedicated to our shared vision of fostering prosperity, stability, and resilience in Aruba, Curaçao, and Sint Maarten. Together, we will strive to build a brighter future for our nations and secure the well-being of our citizens,” says Van Huffelen. 

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