Franco-Dutch treaty on Saint Martin border controls
Wed, 2022-Aug-03 00:59 UTC
Length - 1:46
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The Franco-Dutch treaty on Saint Martin border controls, sometimes shortened to the Franco-Dutch treaty and in full the Treaty between the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the French Republic on the control of persons entering Saint Martin through the airports (French: Traité entre le Royaume des Pays-Bas et la République française sur le contrôle des personnes entrant dans Saint Martin sur les aéroports; Dutch: Verdrag tussen het Koninkrijk der Nederlanden en de Franse Republiek inzake personencontrole op de luchthavens op Sint Maarten), is a treaty between France and the Netherlands aimed at improving border controls at the two airports on the divided island of Saint Martin. The island is divided into French Saint-Martin (at the time a part of Guadeloupe) and Dutch Sint Maarten (at the time a part of the Netherlands Antilles).
The airports concerned are Princess Juliana International Airport and L'Espérance Airport.
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