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first_img 40 Views   no discussions Share LocalNews Dominica gets impressive rating from EU by: – August 1, 2013 Share Tweetcenter_img Sharing is caring! EU Ambassador, Mikael Barford (file photo)Dominica has received an impressive rating from the European Union, following an annual budget support review meeting on Wednesday, 31st July.Head of the European Union delegation to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, Ambassador Mikael Barford who was on island today, said the EU is impressed with how well the government is handling the programs.“The reason why we came this time here was for the EU delegation which is based in Barbados to sit down with the government of Dominica, in order to review our on-going program and to discuss how we can program the allocations that the EU will make to Dominica in the very near future,” Mr Bardford said.Having reviewed the existing programs, Mr Barford said the overall impression is positive.“I must say that we were yet again impressed with how well the government handles these programs, they’re on track”.He indicated that there were a few things which necessitated discussion, but the programs are on track.“The EU is very proud to be associated with Dominica because of their success and we also feel the dialogue that we have with the government, the people that are responsible for dealing specifically with the EU, are very effective”. Ambassador Barford explained that the success is also as a result of government policies.“It is also because the policies that the government of Dominica runs are very compatible with our programs, for instance the very prudent macro-economic policies that the government is conducting; they go very well together with ours”.He said the EU provides sums of money to the Treasury and the government in turns allocates the funds according to their own procedures. The EU is to disburse the second tranche of Euros $2.4 million expected in November, 2013.Dominica Vibes News Sharelast_img read more

first_img RelatedMile relay team ready for RegionalsBy LARRY GAGE Special to the PRESS The Port Isabel Lady Tarpons mile relay team is ready for the next step.  That would be this week’s UIL Region IV Track and Field Meet at Javelina Stadium on the campus of Texas A&M Kingsville University. The Lady Tarpon foursome advanced to…May 1, 2015In “News”Return Trip to State for Natalie GarzaBy LARRY GAGE Special to the PRESS Port Isabel High runner Natalie Garza has qualified for her second straight state track meet.  She did it by placing a close second in the 400-meter dash at the UIL Region IV meet at Kingsville last weekend. Garza was timed at 58.14 seconds…May 5, 2017In “News”Garza 5th at State MeetBy LARRY GAGE Special to the PRESS Port Isabel High Lady Tarpon runner Natalie Garza finished fifth in the 400-meter dash at the 2017 UIL State Track and Field Meet in Austin last week. Garza was timed at 57.62 seconds and that was her season best. Gold medalist Virginia Kerley,…May 19, 2017In “News” By LARRY GAGESpecial to the PRESSPort Isabel High runner Natalie Garza has qualified for the UIL State Track and Field Meet.  She did it by placing a close third in the 400-meter dash at last week’s Region IV meet in Kingsville.Garza ran a personal-best 57.52 seconds in the finals of the 400 meters.  It was a photo finish as her time was just one-hundredth of a second slower than the second place finisher, Watson Acacia of Wharton.  Sinton’s Marlee Serrano was first with a time of 56.50.“She ran a really good race,” P.I. track coach Julie Breedlove told the Press this week.  “I asked for a review on the camera and they got back to me and let me know that the other girl’s torso did cross the line first.”Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. Sharelast_img read more