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Over 200 enter for Elektra’s Love is in the Air contest with Winair on Oasis 96.3

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - Elektra in collaboration with Winair hosted “Love is in the air Valentine’s contest. Elektra who recently started back on radio January 8th on Oasis 96.3 with her new radio program Groovin wanted to do something special for her fans and radio listeners.

“The concept for the Love is in the air Valentine’s contest came after a meeting with Winair. I work ON AIR and Winair flies in the Air, I thought the name to be very fitting for this Valentine’s contest.

“February is observed as the month of Love and many people enjoy a romantic getaway. The time was short but together with Winair, we were able to bring this contest to our Oasis 96.3 fans. Winair also provided a weekend complimentary stay at Le Hermitage in Nevis.

“’The Hermitage’ is a unique boutique Nevis hotel that is built around the oldest wooden house in the Caribbean, ca. 1670. It tells the story of years of Caribbean living and offers a taste of island life. A small family-run inn, with a mission to share this beautiful island, her people, history and culture.

“To participate in the contest was very easy. The participants had to log on to our website Oasis enter their full name and a telephone number. The Winners’s were announced on Valentine’s Day together with Elektra’s weekly co-host Kenty Lichtenberg of Kerai Kreative Style who is an internet nominated Blogger and Helena De Bekker of Winair.

“The first prize was two round trip tickets to Nevis and a Weekend stay at Le Hermitage won by Corwin James.

“Second prize was a chocolate couple’s therapy massage won by Erica Vlaun and the third prize was a romantic breakfast box for 2 won by Carlyle Cornet. Other partners that made the contest possible were Rubic Aesthetic Spa and the Breakfast Box.

“I am happy and highly appreciative to continue to collaborate with the business community to entertain, bring joy, love and laughter to the airwaves of St. Maarten to my listening audience and I thank all my collaborating partners.

“Tune in to Elektra Groovin on Oasis 96.3 7am to 10am Weekdays and stay connected for more great contests and prizes,” Elektra said in a press statement on Tuesday.


Minister of Tourism De Weever calls on interested persons to apply for CTO Scholarships and Study Grants

POND ISLAND – Acting Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transportation and Telecommunications (Ministry TEATT) Cornelius de Weever, is encouraging interested persons and young people to apply for the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) Scholarship Foundation for study grants and scholarships.

The scholarship foundation is accepting applications for the aforementioned from Caribbean nationals in CTO member countries.  Sint Maarten is a member of the CTO.

The main aim of the CTO Foundation is to provide opportunities for Caribbean nationals to pursue studies in the areas of tourism, hospitality and language training. 

The Foundation selects individuals who demonstrate high levels of achievement and leadership both within and outside the classroom and who express a strong interest in making a positive contribution to Caribbean tourism.

The Foundation offers the following types of assistance and the various forms are downloadable from the Caribbean Tourism Organization website

  • Scholarships of up to US$12,000 to individuals wanting to study tourism or hospitality at the Master’s (post graduate) level.  Download 2018 Scholarship Application Form
  • Study grants of up to US$2,500 to individuals pursing tourism/hospitality studies at the certificate, diploma, associate degree or first degree level, and to industry personnel who want to gain proficiency in a second language to assist them in their job.  Download 2018 Study Grant Application Form
  • A scholarship of up to US$2,500 is offered in the name of CTO’s former Director of Research and Information Management, Mr. Arley Sobers, for persons working in local tourism organizations such as the Ministry of Tourism or the Board of Tourism, who wish to strengthen their skills in the areas of research and statistics. Download 2018 Arley Sobers Scholarship Application Form

Studies can be pursued both within and outside the region. 

Interested persons must fill out the forms, supply all of the necessary information and return them directly to the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s headquarters, 7th Floor, Barbados Tower, Warrens, St. Michael, Barbados, Tel: 246-427-5242; Fax: 246-429-3065 by the deadline date of April 15, 2018.


Prime Minister Leona Romeo-Marlin currently attending meetings related to the 16th OCTA–EU Forum

SINT MAARTEN/BELGUIM - On February 23rd the 16th OCTA (Overseas Countries and Territories Association) – EU (European Union) Forum will be held in Brussels, leading up to the forum there will be political and technical meetings with the European Commission and other Overseas Countries and Territories (OCTs) of the EU.

The Sint Maarten delegation headed by Prime Minister Leona Romeo-Marlin, attended two meetings on Monday. The first meeting was held at the EU Directorate of Development Cooperation and consisted of a trilateral discussion on the ongoing progress of EU funded programmes.

The second meeting consisted of discussions among the Kingdom Partners on the relationship between the EU and the other Dutch OCTs after 2020 and was held at the office of the Permanent Representative of the Netherlands in Brussels.

During the trilateral meeting Prime Minister Romeo Marlin had the opportunity to present four points. The 10th EDF Territorial Project, which confirms the finalization of the programming of a Dutch Quarter sewerage and public infrastructure project.

The contract for the works will be signed on Wednesday, February 20th to the tune of 4.7 million Euro. This signing ensures that the execution phase will begin in 2018.

Second on the agenda was the 11th EDF Territorial Cooperation Project that consists of three joint projects between the Governments of Sint Maarten and St. Martin.

These three projects include a waste water treatment plant to be established on the Dutch Side with waste water pipes running from both sides of the island to the plant. The second project will entail a cleanup and economic development of the Simpson Bay Lagoon. The third project will cover the connecting of a drainage system runoff to the French Belle Plaine area to avoid possible flooding in those low lying areas.

Agenda point three addressed 11th EDF – B Envelope which is a request by the Government of Sint Maarten in relation to the recovery after hurricanes Irma and Maria.

A request for 10 million euro to build adequate, affordable and sustainable housing is pending and was further explained to the European Commission. Beneficiaries of this housing will include vulnerable groups such as the elderly, single parent families and low income earners that may have been displaced after the passing of Hurricane Irma.

Locally, the Council of Ministers has signed off on the Housing Project which will lead to the project being prepared and ultimately proposed to the European Union. This housing project will aid in the reconstruction efforts.

The final and fourth agenda targeted unused funds of the 10th EDF Regional Programme. An amount of 2-3 million euros has not been used and the European Commission is looking in to the possibility to reactivate this sum for a sub-regional project to aid Small & Medium Enterprises.

These are considered the backbone of the economic prosperity in most islands, and it is intended to use the funds for building resilience across the small business sector. The project will be a shared effort by the OCTs that are suffering damages from the 2017 hurricane season.

The meeting at the Permanent Representation of the Netherlands highlighted the debate on the relationship of the Dutch OCTs with the EU after the end of the current financial framework of the EU.

The discussion centered around how The Netherlands can include the OCTs in the negotiations on the future financial cooperation between the Kingdom Partners and the EU. Important was the issue of Brexit and how this affects the position of the Dutch OCTs in the post 2020 negotiations.

Politically, the Prime Minister of Curacao, Eugene Rhuggenaath, spoke on behalf of the Dutch OCT’s by presenting a unified position among the Caribbean part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in looking for a mutually beneficial partnership between the latter and the EU.


2018 Hurricane Season Preparations Start

SINT MAARTEN/CARIBBEAN – Two Caribbean countries and territories have commenced preparations for the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season. The Government of the British Virgin Islands BVI (Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke) has initiated a plan to prepare for what has already been forecasted to be another active hurricane season based on preliminary findings in December 2017.

The BVI suffered catastrophic damage from Hurricanes Irma and Maria in September 2017. The islands have a population of approximately 30,000 according to a United Nations 2016 estimate.

Residents and business owners are being advised to use the time now to get their homes and business establishments repaired and hurricane-ready.

The BVI Department of Disaster Management stated that preparations are being made to inspect emergency shelters that were officially designated in 2017. The BVI Public Works Department and the Environmental Health Division are also part of this process.

Repairs have already started on critical facilities, and preparatory work is also taking place with road works moving ahead, gut clearing and water restoration services.

The BVI Disaster Management Office has appealed to residents to reflect on what occurred last September and use the opportunity to commence their preparations early.

The Government of Dominica has started to prepare for the next hurricane season. Last September, Hurricane Maria caused catastrophic damage of over US$900 million. Electricity has been restored to only 10 per cent of customers.

The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30.



1st PWR Hour Focuses on Technology

SINT MAARTEN (GREAT BAY) - The Power Hour was launched in 2013 as a networking event to provide tips to entrepreneurs and professionals to achieve unparalleled success.

Since then it has been able to influence more than 1200 entrepreneurs and professionals with key notes from the island’s most notable entrepreneurs including Imran McSood, Chairman of NAGICO, Jean Arnell, co-founder and managing partner of COMPUTECH, and Arun Jagtiani, CEO of Island Real Estate Team.

Over the years, the organizers of the Power Hour have created other experiences, with their partners, to cater to the varying target groups of entrepreneurs, such as Dominate The Runway, which focused on creative entrepreneurs in fashion through the Caribbean, IP IMPACT focused on intellectual property for small medium enterprises (SME’s), and DOMINATE 360 the international event to help start-up entrepreneurs and innovators from the region to achieve unparalleled success.

After assessing the needs of entrepreneurs and innovators both on the island and in the region, the organizers under the leadership of Ife Badejo, have decided to develop a new brand, PWR (Produce Wealth Revolution) and rebrand the Power Hour. 

The new brand allows the organizers to better serve entrepreneurs, innovators, and SME’s on St. Maarten and in the region to accelerate their growth and build thriving 21st century businesses.

The PWR (pronounced “power”) Brand includes an agency that provides innovative sustainable solutions and network which provides savings for its members and helps them build strategic relationships. 

The PWR Hour is the flagship experience that gives entrepreneurs and innovators cutting-edge information to grow their businesses while connecting to potential partners and clients.

As St. Maarten recovers from the devastating effects of the hurricanes in late 2017, entrepreneurs, innovators, and SME’s have a unique opportunity to help build back its economy and propel it forward in the 21st century. Understanding what affordable tools and technologies exist is then imperative for the island’s entrepreneurial community.  

For this reason, organizers are pleased to announce that UTS- a telecommunications service provider is a corporate partner for the first PWR Hour of 2018. Representatives of UTS will provide additional information on the best ways to use affordable technology to grow their business.

This PWR “Tech” Hour will help entrepreneurs, innovators, and SME’s to better understand what is required to succeed in the 21st century and how to overcome the specific challenges that St. Maarten’s entrepreneurial community faces.

To show their appreciation for the inspiring continued support, this first PWR Hour is a gift from The PWR Agency, UTS, and the organizers to St. Maarten’s dynamic entrepreneurial community.

Registration is required to best accommodate the attendees. For more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or like the Facebook page


PHOTO CUTLINE: Ife Badejo, Founder & CEO, The PWR Agency



IGY Isle De Sol Marina Wreck Free. All Mega-Yacht Slips Open

SINT MAARTEN (SIMPSON BAY) – IGY (Island Global Yachting) Marinas Sint Maarten announced that all wrecked vessels at the Isle De Sol Marina have been removed and all mega-yacht slips are available.

Founded in 2005, IGY focuses on acquiring, managing, and servicing luxury-yacht marinas and the surrounding upland real estate properties. 

Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, IGY also has offices in New York, NY and St. Thomas, USVI.  Island Global Yachting Marinas operate under the signature Yacht Haven Grande Collection and the IGY series brands, as well as several private labels. 

IGY's network of properties is setting new standards for service and quality in nautical tourism throughout the world.  The company offers an unprecedented collection of marinas in the Caribbean and Americas, all catering to a variety of vessel types including sport fishers, cruisers, sailing, and motor yachts, as well as being exclusive home ports for some of the world's largest mega yachts.  

IGY also participates in 10 of the world's biggest and best sport fishing tournaments, making the marinas in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and St. Thomas, USVI, highly sought after angler destinations.  

IGY is an affiliate of Island Capital Group. LLC. a real estate merchant banking firm led and founded by Andrew Farkas, former chairman of Insignia Financial Group. 


Detention extended for MP F.G.R. and businessman J.H.B. by eight days

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) – The Public Prosecution Service announced on Friday, February 16, that two suspects detained in connection with the Emerald investigation, namely Member of Parliament F.G.R. and businessman J.H.B., their detention has been extended by eight days.

On Friday, February 16, the two suspects were brought before the Judge of Instruction who reviewed documentation related to the case and stated that the arrests were done in accordance with the law.

ARCHIVE (FEBRUARY 14, 2018/INITIAL STORY) - The anti-corruption team TBO executed two searches in homes and one in a company on Sint Maarten, a joint press release from the Public Prosecution Service (OM) and the Anti-Corruption Unit said on Wednesday.

“Two suspects were arrested. One home was seized. The arrest of F.G. R. (1968) is the result of the research "Emerald", an investigation into fraud and corruption in the port of Sint Maarten. In that case, 7 suspects were still in session last week. In two of those cases the judge pronounces judgment on 22 February 2018.

“The other cases will be discussed further in the month of March of this year. The accused suspect is a member of the parliament on Sint Maarten, just like the suspect C.E. B., one of the seven suspects who were at court last week. F.G. R. is suspected of accepting bribes and tax fraud. F.G.R. is also suspected of participating in a criminal organization aimed at recruiting votes for itself.

“This investigation is run by the National Detective Agency of Sint Maarten (Landsrecherche Sint Maarten) under the direction of the Public Prosecutor's Office of Sint Maarten. On February 13, 2018 a search was conducted against him at an address in the Sucker Garden district and today 14 February 2018 at addresses on the French part, Saint Martin, including at the address of the defendant himself.

“Data carriers and administration were seized during the search. The second arrest concerns J.H. B. (1964) and emerged from the research "Larimar", an investigation into, among other things, the bribery of civil servants, (political) authorities and persons in the construction sector.

“Previous actions, including a search on January 24, 2018 at a construction company on Sint Maarten, led to this arrest. The defendant is the director of the construction company. In addition to these arrests, the TBO has also searched a company building in the same investigation today.

“The TBO has special attention on Sint Maarten after the destruction after hurricane Irma and regarding the reconstruction of Sint Maarten. TBO is alert to signs of corruption and fraud in both the public sector and the construction sector. The Public Prosecutor’s Office (OM) of Sint Maarten will be extra alert during the period up to the elections on signals of buying and selling votes ('vote buying'),” the joint press statement concludes.

Persons who have information about this are asked to contact the National Detective Agency (Landsrecherche Sint Maarten) - if necessary anonymously. This is possible via the telephone number: +1721-5225810.



SINT MAARTEN (POND ISLAND) - Post hurricane Irma and Maria, Government continues to seek out ways to bridge the current economic and social gaps evolving in our community.

The Ministry of VSA and TEATT has partnered with the Sint Maarten Training Foundation (SMTF) to introduce a hospitality training program for persons working in the tourism sector. It is a paid training program with the objective to prevent mass layoffs in the hospitality industry.

“A successful St. Maarten always depends on its people.   The success of our work force in this training project will be a major factor in determining how well St. Maarten’s economy will rebound and its ability to compete with other countries in the region.” - Cornelius de Weever (Minister TEATT)

“As long as the tourism sector does not (fully) recover, programs need to be put in place which will help ensure the livelihood of persons. This project is one of the PIER’s (personal incentives for economic recovery) program which provides cash for temporary employment, training or education to underemployed and unemployed persons. We commend the initiators of the project which has presented a viable solution and opportunity for the vulnerable group of employees and employers; this is a true example of using a disaster as an opportunity to grow and become stronger.” – Emil Lee (Minister VSA)

It is a known reality that the majority of local business operations have been severely impacted. The hospitality industry of St. Maarten is a major employer and many would conclude that the pillar of our economy has been significantly hit. An anticipated consequence of this is mass dismissals and business closures.

Recognizing the opportunity to train, upgrade and enhance the skills of workers (or previous) in the hospitality industry for the boost of the tourism product; the Sint Maarten Training Foundation (SMTF) consequently initiated a hospitality training geared towards enhanced hospitality skills.

The subsidy granted allows this program to be sustainable for another 4 months with the possibility to train some 1350 persons. Government is committed to sustain this project throughout the recovery process and has been working in close collaboration with the World Bank and the Netherlands to ensure the program can be expanded once additional funding is made available. 

In exchange for work rendered or training undertaken, eligible individuals are provided with an income in the form of a stipend and keep their job in the hospitality sector. The cash-based approach not only encourages trade, production, and creates secondary economic benefits, but also allows people greater choice and control over how they will rebuild their lives, thus helping to restore their dignity as well as their livelihoods.

“This project will improve our service product and our hospitality sector as a whole and create stability on the labor market. This also safeguards the livelihoods of the vulnerable groups for instance women who aren’t easily mobilized into the construction industry.” – Emil Lee (Minister VSA)

The Project will be executed by the Sint Maarten Training foundation, for more information see the website: or mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Further information on subscribing to the program will be published by the Sint Maarten Training Foundation. 

Government will continue to seek, develop and support similar types of training opportunities for other sectors within our economy. In aims that we truly recover and achieve the build back better as a community.

PHOTO: Minister of Labour Emil Lee

Minister Emil Lee NEW



PHILIPSBURG - “Lots has been said in the last couple of months, but the sole reason for our motion of no confidence in the Marlin cabinet was to safeguard this Country from spiraling down in craters of irreparable economic catastrophe and human disaster”, United People Party’s (UP) deputy leader and number 3 candidate on the United Democrats (UD) list Frankie Meyers stated on Thursday in a press statement.

“Let’s take a step back in time: In 2010 we became a country within the kingdom while the World was still recovering from an economic crisis. However, the UPP/DP-led government successfully managed to increase tourist arrivals and thus provide income for our People.

“While islands around us saw a sharp decline in figures we managed to remain the leaders in our region. Then the unfortunate happened and in 2012 that government subsequently fell. Elections were not called as there was a new majority in Parliament that was willing to work together. This severely interrupted marketing strategies, restructuring of our tax system and dealing with the dump issue, just to name a few.

“When we then took office again we found our cash flow severely depleted, a non-existent marketing program for our one pillar tourism economy, the project offering solutions for the dump halted and our government owned companies being fleeced for pet projects.

“We got to work again and decided that we would build a new hospital and make it part of an overall strategy for diversification of our tourism product, including medical tourism and educational tourism (which would be a significant boost for our much troubled University). However, that too came to an end a little over a year. Whenever we were given a clear mandate the economy flourished!

“We successfully built a port, secured new airlines coming to St. Maarten, engaged in strategic marketing partnerships, got link 9 (causeway) built as part of the St. Maarten road infrastructure improvement (which was halted once again when NA took office) and so much more.

“More than ever, we need to have a clear mandate from the People of St. Maarten to quickly, yet structurally, rebuild our Island with urgent attention being placed on the immediate reconstruction of homes, re-employment of our People, and a waste to energy solution for the dump.

“We have done it in the past, our track record shows it. There is no time for experiments, not at the cost of the livelihood and wellbeing of our Country! We have done it before and we will do it again. Therefore, give the UD an outright majority to govern on February 26. Vote for yours truly, Frankie Meyers, number 3 on the UD slate.”


St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Announces Party Venue, Artists and Post-Irma Fundraising Efforts

SINT MAARTEN (SIMPSON BAY) - The St. Maarten Heineken Regatta is ready to start! Despite the challenges that Hurricane Irma brought to Sint Maarten a few months ago, in just a few short weeks, the 38th St. Maarten Heineken Regatta will be in full swing.

The Regatta, known as the largest warm water regatta in the world, is set to take place March 1-4, 2018 and will still host a few thousand visitors to the island’s Caribbean shores.

The international and local entertainment acts have been booked and the iconic Heineken event stage will soon be erected. Despite any concerns post-hurricane Irma for fewer registrations, sailors from all around the world have been rushing to enter to race in the Caribbean’s largest sailing event.

This year, there have been some exciting changes to the on-shore party venues. All music events will be hosted from one central location at Princess Port de Plaisance Resort. The large open-air fields at Port de Plaisance allow for the ultimate creative space to bring these high-energy events to life, in a unique festival style.

Thursday, March 1st, the day of the Gill Commodore’s Cup, officially starts off the regatta festivities with a night of music at Port de Plaisance. Thursday’s theme, Green Sensation, is back once again and will showcase a collaboration of the island’s top four DJs: Cutcreator DJ Outkast, DJ Bossman, DJ Big Boss and DJ Em. This is an interactive DJ set, which allows the audience to “vote” for the next music track.

Friday, March 2nd, will be a night of exceptional local talent. This event is in partnership with Port St. Maarten to bring the evening of “Re-Discover Sint Maarten” to life. The sounds of the island’s best local and international musicians including Remo & the Barbwire Band, Percy Rankin, What the Funk, Orange Grove, Ziggi Recado, and Patrick Grayham will be featured along with local artisans, groups, and organizations who can showcase and sell their work at the Regatta Marketplace. If you are interested in a booth at the Regatta Marketplace, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Saturday, March 3rd, takes the event to “Caribbean Jam”, which will be every Soca music lover’s absolute highlight. What better way to start off the Jam session, than with a SocaRumble segment, featuring Sint Maarten’s top Soca artists? You will be sure to jam the night away, with a performance by Antigua’s Onyan and 3 Cylinder, followed by the headliner of the night, the Soca-sensation from Trinidad and queen of Soca, Destra.

Sunday, March 4th, the final evening is named "Legendary Party". The event’s organizers have already announced that Shaggy will be returning to the stage, in what is sure to be an unforgettable performance. Also making a special appearance Sunday night will be JonnyGuy, Natty & The House from Anguilla and St. Maarten’s Youth Waves!

Thursday and Friday evenings will continue to be free to the public. The Saturday night, March 3rd, will have a $15 admission fee, and the Sunday night, March 4th will have a $25 admission fee for the general public. Corporate and VIP passes for the night’s concerts are available and include admission to the event, VIP area access, drinks, air-conditioned private restrooms and VIP parking.

VIP tickets for Saturday are $75, and Sunday goes for $100 a ticket. The St. Maarten Heineken Regatta is also offering special packages for sailors, the so-called Sailor Entertainment Packages. For only $75, competitors in the Regatta receive access to the Sailors lounge at all Concert nights with a fantastic view on stage, including private restrooms and admission for both the Saturday and Sunday night Concert.

 A portion of all proceeds will go towards various local charities, such as K1 Britannia, St. Maarten Sea Rescue Foundation, St. Maarten Nature Foundation, and the St. Maarten Yacht Club Regatta Foundation, in assistance of their various hurricane relief projects.

Aside from ticket sales, as a fundraising effort to rebuild Sint Maarten, there will be various fundraising activities in the Heineken Regatta Village. A portion of the food & beverage sales, art exhibition sales and much more will also go towards the hurricane relief fund, to be donated to the charities. The Regatta Venue will offer plenty of food and drinks for sale, as well as St. Maarten Heineken Regatta merchandise.

John Leone of International Liquors & Tobacco stated “We are extremely excited to welcome back some familiar faces and some of the most high-energy performers Sint Maarten has ever seen, to the stage this year. This is sure to be a nostalgic and intense line-up, with headliners like none other than Shaggy, Destra, Onyan & 3 Cyliner, Orange Grove, Ziggi Recado, and Patrick Grayham.”

Tickets for the Saturday and Sunday music events can be purchased at all UTS offices, both Van Dorp locations, the Sint Maarten Yacht Club, Island92 and Kooyman. Concert goers can decide to pay for their event tickets with Fun Miles. Tickets can also be ordered online at the Regatta website

General admission tickets for the Saturday event are $15 and $25 for the Sunday event. VIP tickets are $75 for the Saturday event and $100 for Sunday. Competitors in the Regatta can buy their Sailor Entertainment Package for $75.

UTS is offering great package deals to its customers including event tickets and top-up. Buy now a Weekender including General Admission for Saturday & Sunday, and $30 UTS top-up for only $45! For only $20 you can buy a Saturday ticket plus $10 top-up, and for $30, you’ll receive a Sunday ticket plus $20 top-up. Go to the UTS store in Philipsburg starting from the end of this week, and make sure you grab your deal. This deal is valid for the first 500 customers, after that, UTS will soon announce its updated packages.

The sole purpose of the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta is to create an international sailing and music event that highlights the island of Sint Maarten and attracts visitors to the many hotels, restaurants and cultural highlights that this dual nation has to offer.

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