ACS and Curaçao meet to enhance collaborative efforts

Tricia Barrow, Chief Executive Coordinator of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) and Ms. Nzinga N.S. Waandels, Policy Officer from the Directorate of Foreign Relations of Curaçao, held a productive meeting to explore the possibilities of enhanced involvement of young professionals, the scourge of the sargassum and specific opportunities for more targeted participation of Curaçao in the work and projects of the ACS to deepen the Associate Member’s footprint in Greater Caribbean regional cooperation. Wayne Oudit, the Chief Operating Officer of the ACS, and Lisa Paul-Douglas, the Advisor for Cooperation and Resource Mobilisation, attended this meeting.

Moreover, they discussed forthcoming events in Suriname, including the 16th Business Forum of the Greater Caribbean, the 8th International Cooperation Conference, and the 29th Ordinary Meeting of the Ministerial Council Meeting. These events are pivotal in strengthening ties and fostering economic and political cooperation within the region and will lead to the celebration of the Association's 30th Anniversary.

Associate Member Curaçao has expressed its commitment to enhancing collaborative efforts as the Association works together towards mutual objectives.

A propos de l'AEC

L'Association des Etats de la Caraïbe est une organisation de consultation, de coopération et d'action concertée dans le commerce, le transport, le tourisme durable et les catastrophes naturelles dans la Grande Caraïbe et est composé de 25 pays membres et 7 pays membres associés. Les Etats Membres sont Antigua-et-Barbuda, les Bahamas, la Barbade, Belize, Colombie, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominique, République dominicaine, El Salvador, Grenade, Guatemala, Guyana, Haïti, Honduras, Mexique, Jamaïque, Nicaragua, Panama, Saint-Kitts-Et-Nevis, Sainte-Lucie, Saint-Vincent-et-les Grenadines, Suriname, Trinité-et-Tobago et le Venezuela. Ses membres associés sont Aruba, Curaçao, (France au titre de la Guyane française, Saint-Barthélemy et Saint-Martin), Guadeloupe, (Les Pays-Bas au nom de Bonaire, Saba et Saint-Eustache), Martinique, Sint Maarten, Îles Turques et Caïques.