THINK in Suriname: Netherlands has to pay
That could by paying for the restoration of cultural heritage in the country, says Board Member Gladys AAAS. The party will find it insufficient that Netherlands has expressed regret about the history of slavery.
Think is for a five-day visit in Suriname. Apart from visits to projects that are financed by Netherlands through the Twinning project, the Group also has agreements with the Surinamese Parliament and the Surinamese Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Group Chairman Tam Kuzu stressed that the trip has "no political character". "We are concerned the relationship between two peoples," said Kuzu. "We see the relationship between countries as that between brothers. But the Government here feels the attitude of Netherlands as a father that his son addressing. "