Koenders: “Monitoring Venezuelans seems to be working”
THE HAGUE - According to the Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders it appears that measures taken by Aruba and Curaçao to monitor the migration of Venezuelans are bearing fruits.
The control at entry has been sharpened. Also, the border controls at the port. Curaçao has also limited the times when the floating market boats may enter the island. Because the measures seem to be working the Dutch government sees no immediate reason to introduce a Caribbean visa requirement for Venezuelans.
Koenders starts today with a visit to Latin America. He will visit Argentina, Uruguay, Chile and Brazil.