The Committee on Foreign Relations of the United States Senate approved a resolution reaffirming the importance of the relationship between the governments of that country and that of the Dominican Republic, highlighting the “enduring” diplomatic, economic and cultural ties that unite both nations.
“Today we celebrate a lasting partnership between the US and the Dominican Republic, a friendship rooted in shared values and interests,” announced New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez, who also chairs the House Foreign Relations Committee. American high.
A statement from Bob Menendez highlighted the importance of fostering this relationship to promote the prosperity of the two countries.
This resolution was also welcomed by Maryland Senator Ben Cardin, who described the country as an important ally of the United States, qualifying the Dominican Republic as a “key” nation in plans to help alleviate the crisis in Haiti.
“Today’s action in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee honors this relationship and the long-term ties between our nations”, the statement concluded.