Chinese Consulate in Willemstad donates in aid of schools and homes

On photo: The Vice Consul of the People’s Republic of China in Willemstad and Prime Minister William Marlin. On photo: The Vice Consul of the People’s Republic of China in Willemstad and Prime Minister William Marlin.

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten - The Sint Maarten government received a cheque in the amount of USD$105,275 from representatives of The Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Willemstad late last week.

Announcing the donation last week was the Vice Consul when making a courtesy visit to our Prime Minister. The funds are earmarked for the reconstruction of schools and homes following the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma.

Prime Minister William Marlin, in his letter to the Chinese Consular General Zhang Weixin, thanked the Consulate for their continued support of Sint Maarten, its economy, and its people.

 

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0 #1 suarez 2017-11-11 01:36
its evident enough that the money sharks are coming out of the wood works , using IRMA as there trampoline to start butchering up the $$$ 550 million that's coming for the islands , NO Shame in there Game , ship jumping at the highest level , selling there own family souls to the devil at any cost ,sxmers , will suffer like always , Dutch needs to watch Like Drowns , louis jumped ship and forgot how they was going to shut him down in 2010 , bill brown boy you are next in line , and Theo the only informer setting people up Really , enough is enough st maarten needs the help , but there need to be a quality integrity comptroller overseeing every $$$$$$ spen
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