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possibile bug:
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          Gobierno creará zona libre de fiebre Aftosa entre Yaracuy, Falcón y Aruba      Cache   Translate Page      

El ministro para la Agricultura Productiva y Tierras, Wilmar Castro Soteldo, informó que el despacho que dirige en conjunto con la Universidad Nacional Experimental Simón Rodríguez (UNESR), se unieron en alianza para llevar a cabo cuatro acuerdos para la producción agrícola y pecuaria. Una de las primeras líneas de este plan se centra en la creación de una […]

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Machine to Machine (M2M)/ Internet of Things (IoT). Aruba, Citrix, Cisco. Participating in/leading strategic business presentations (e.g....
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          UE: une nouvelle liste noire de paradis fiscaux adoptée      Cache   Translate Page      
Outre les 5 pays déjà présents sur la liste - les Samoa américaines, Samoa, Guam, Trinidad et Tobago et îles vierges américaines - se sont ajoutés: Aruba, Belize, Bermude, les Fidji, Oman, Vanuatu, Dominique, Barbados, Emirats Arabes Unis et les îles Marshall.
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Ecofin, aggiunti 10 Paesi  alla Lista Nera dei paradisi fiscali

Gli Stati caraibici di Aruba, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Dominica ma anche Fiji, Isole Marshall e Vanuatu in Oceania e due Paesi del Golfo, Oman e Emirati Arabi Uniti


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I have to tell you the bad news. I got fascinated, too, of Kokdu, after many Koreans swept them in the past 10 years. Lots of the fake ones are still around, and, the older folks in the antique markets tell me that they are not supposed to be sold in such perfect conditions or vivid colors. And, many of them were dipped in the antique treatment from China, North Korea and they are brought to be sold for 70-150 bucks in all over Korea. The real ones didn't survive another funeral (not recycled) as each household removed those and just re-used the frames of Sangyo for the one time event, and, Japanese governent forced to abandon any costly adornment but paper flowers and tassles during 1910s-1945 during their occupancy. And, these antique dealers told me they don't believe there are so many of them all of sudden showed up. And, it is true that even Koreans do not know we had these wooden men, but, yes, I have seen the dragon heads or abstract coral shape patterns. The real stuff would not have the vivid color intact, like the museum versions. To me, they were all newly stained in the past 20-30 years, just like all palaces in Seoul. They were all newly pained in the past 20-30 years, with more colors added. And, I don't recall Korean traditional architecture was colorful from my own younger days. Although I was purchasing some of the Kokdu, I stopped, as I found out that there is no deep rooted story behind it once I researched further. It is like old Bronze Spoon of BC 200 old you can still find, in the market, which are smuggled, and, you are not supposed to buy something stolen. At least, this is what I have been finding so far as of December 2018. Kokdu museum is closed, and their little version their website mentions, in Samchong-dong hanok village area is closed, at random, when the website says it is open. When you call and no one answers, it is closed. I left 1 star review for not respondingthe calls on open days. I really advise you to get familiar with the Museum collections. And, make sure you don't run into knockoff Kokdus Knockoffs use different colors other than 5 colors (Obang-sek) and they are larger. The Korean ones look quite flimpsy, and they tend to be more authentic. More whimsical means modern creation with modern minds. Many Dapsimri (orange building) ground floor shop owners are jokes, to me. especially this older woman with the contemporary art, with acrylic painting-she has lots of tombstones and Jeju Harubang, but they are Chinese knockoffs. She offended me to drag me to the basement storage, filled with tones of unframed knockoff she hasn't framed yet. I concluded that it is too strange Kokdu is all of sudden too prevalent in the market, when I haven't seen a single one 20 years ago. Never heard of it. So, be cautious. I have a couple of ones, but, the seller clearly told me of its origin, from North Korea. via China. Nowadays, Chinese knockoff goes back to North Korea and processed and now shipped back out to South Korea with the cheated origin of North Korea of decades old. Luckily, mine was authentic, as I found the identical style from Kyongki area, in a house museum who got the same, donated 40 years ago to their collection. Mokin gallery in Insadong is closed when I visited the Insadong area in December, 2018, too. And, I think they will be re-open in far out in north outskirt of Old Seoul. It is getting harder to find what is authentic historical time pieces wherever I go
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          Estos son los 15 territorios que la UE considera un paraíso fiscal      Cache   Translate Page      

Los ministros de Hacienda de los 28 países de la Unión Europea ha actualizado este martes la lista negra de paraísos fiscales, que ha alcanzado ya los 15 territorios que no cooperan en materia fiscal. En concreto, la UE ha incluido a 10 territorios en esta revisión, algunos de los cuales ya formaron parte de la lista negra inicial, creada en 2017, y han vuelto tras no cumplir los compromisos adquiridos.

¿Qué es un paraíso fiscal?

Uno de los problemas que existen es que hay discrepancias entre los criterios para definir a un paraíso fiscal. Diego López Garrido, economista y exsecretario de Estado para la Unión Europea, los define en su libro Paraísos Fiscales (Catarata) como "la mayor protección que puede recibir un capital o activo que no quiere tributar lo que la ley exige". "Se trata de un Estado soberano que acoge a un capital que huye de otro Estado al que no quiere pagar los impuestos debidos", explica.

La Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económicos (OCDE) estableció cuatro criterios para determinar si un territorio debía ser considerado como paraíso fiscal:

  1. Un nivel de imposición nulo o reducido para no residentes.
  2. Ausencia de intercambio de información efectiva con otros Estados.
  3. Ausencia de transparencia administrativa.
  4. No obligación para no residentes de ejercer una actividad económica sustancial en el territorio.

La lista negra de UE

La Comisión Europea empezó a evaluar a 92 jurisdicciones en 2016 que consideraba que podían favorecer la evasión fiscal teniendo en cuenta tres criterios: la falta de transparencia, la existencia de regímenes fiscales preferenciales y el respeto a los criterios de la OCDE contra la optimización fiscal.

Un año más tarde, la Unión Europea dio luz verde a su primera lista negra. Bruselas incluyó entonces a 17 jurisdicciones que no cooperaban en materia fiscal con la UE.

"La lista de paraísos fiscales de la UE constituye una verdadera victoria europea, y ha tenido un efecto rotundo en la transparencia y en la equidad fiscales en todo el mundo", ha asegurado Pierre Moscovici, comisario de Asuntos Económicos y Financieros, Fiscalidad y Aduanas. "Estamos subiendo el nivel de exigencia de la buena gobernanza fiscal a nivel mundial y eliminando las posibilidades de fraude fiscal", ha presumido.

La lista negra se había modificado hasta incluir solo a cinco territorios. Sin embargo, este martes ha vuelto a engordar hasta alcanzar los 15 territorios.

Asimismo, en 2017 se aprobó una lista gris, que incluía a 47 países o territorios que se habían comprometido a cooperar y modificar su legislación tributaria. Tras la revisión, esta relación contiene ahora 34 territorios, como Costa Rica, Australia, Marruecos, Suiza y Turquía.

Los 15 territorios actuales

Esta es la lista negra de 15 territorios que la Unión Europea considera paraísos fiscales, actualizada al 12 de marzo de 2019:

  1. Aruba
  2. Barbados
  3. Belice
  4. Bermudas
  5. Emiratos Árabes Unidos
  6. Dominica
  7. Fiji
  8. Guam
  9. Islas Marshall
  10. Islas Vírgenes de los Estados Unidos
  11. Oman
  12. Samoa
  13. Samoa Americana
  14. Trinidad y Tobago
  15. Vanuatu

En el caso de que no sepas dónde se encuentran estos territorios, en El HuffPost hemos creado este mapa para ayudarte:

Denuncia de Oxfam

La ONG Oxfam ha lamentado que la Unión Europea haya eliminado a cinco territorios de las listas negras y gris de paraísos fiscales. En concreto, se ha quejado de la exclusión de Panamá, Hong Kong, Isla de Man, Guernsey y Jersey.

"Los Gobiernos de la UE han dado vía libre a cinco de los paraísos fiscales más agresivos, poniendo en entredicho la legitimidad y el proceso de elaboración de la lista negra de la UE", ha asegurado afirma Susana Ruiz, responsable de justicia fiscal de Oxfam Intermón.


          L'UE entérine une liste élargie de paradis fiscaux, qui englobe les Emirats arabes unis      Cache   Translate Page      
BRUXELLES (Reuters) - L'Union européenne a entériné mardi une liste élargie de paradis fiscaux, a annoncé la Commission européenne dans un communiqué. Dix nouveaux territoires ou Etats ont été ajoutés à une liste déjà existante, qui en comptabilisait cinq. L'île néerlandaise d'Aruba (dans les Antilles), la Barbade (micro-Etat des Caraïbes), le Belize, les Bermudes, les îles Fidji, les îles Marshall, le sultanat d'Oman, les Emirats arabes unis, le Vanuatu (Etat du Pacifique) et la Dominique ont été ajoutés à la liste.
          Blacklisted!      Cache   Translate Page      

The Barbados International Business Association (BIBA) is mum on Barbados being named among ten governments added by the Council of the European Union, to the five already on its blacklist of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions.

When contacted this evening to give a comment on Barbados being included to the revised list, which also includes countries such as Aruba, Belize, and the United Arab Emirates, BIBA’s President Julia Hope told Barbados TODAY that the association would not be giving a comment at this time.

Efforts to reach Minister of International Business Ronald Toppin were unsuccessful.

However, a press statement from the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) stated that the Government was clueless about what it has been doing in relation to the international business sector.

The DLP said the recent blacklisting spells impending disaster for the country’s second highest foreign exchange earner and is just another example to Barbados that the Mia Mottley led administration does not know what it is doing.

The party is contending that Government has the largest cadre of financial advisors and economists supported by the public purse, and yet the country was no better off under them than with the previous administration they continue to vilify.

According to a statement from the Council, the jurisdictions named failed to implement commitments that they had made to the European Union by an agreed deadline.

The council also said it would continue to regularly review and update the list in the coming years to take into account evolving criteria and deadlines for jurisdictions to deliver on their commitments to improving tax governance.

“Today we completed our first comprehensive revision of the EU list of non-cooperative jurisdictions. Since it was first adopted in late 2017, the list has proven its worth in promoting forward in a cooperative manner the EU’s agenda of improving global tax practices, fighting tax avoidance and improving good governance and transparency”, Eugen Teodorovici, the minister of finance of Romania said, in a published statement.

Meanwhile, the DLP said that in January 2018 under the former Democratic Labour Party (DLP) Government, Barbados was removed from the EU blacklist of 17 jurisdictions.

According to the statement under this current regime, Barbados failed to implement commitments made to the European Union by the agreed deadline despite the fact that they lowered corporation taxes for local businesses with the explanation that they were complying with European Union edicts.

The release also indicated that Minister of International Business and Industry, Ronald Toppin, even boasted in November last year that Barbados was on track for OECD compliance.

“Today big businesses are laughing all the way to the bank while Barbados has been blacklisted. The Government must justify to taxpayers the employment of Clyde Mascoll, Chief Economic Counsellor, Ronald Toppin, Minister of International Business and Industry; Marsha Caddle, Minister of Economic Affairs and Investment, plus Avinash Persuad another Economic and Finance advisor who heads a slew of non-ministerial finance and economic consultants to the Mottley administration,” the statement read.

The DLP also noted that the International Business Sector in this country employs some 6 000 persons and is the leading foreign exchange earner after tourism.

“This is not the time for highly-paid technocrats to be bluffing their way through governance of this country,” the release also read.
anestahenry@brabadostoday.bb

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          Blogging the Bach 23.11 part 2      Cache   Translate Page      
Who’s watching:Celsey and fam are headed out of town tomorrow so I am watching with Erin tonight.
I’m still mad they didn’t just finish this thing last night. To be fair, I have seen quite a few spoilers although I still don’t really know how it’s all going to play out.

Everyone is gone so the only thing left is to figure out what is going to happen with Cassie. Colton knocks on her door and wants to talk. She seems surprised although none of us are surprised (at least I am not). They go downstairs and talk. Colton tells her the other girls are gone. She acts surprised but also seems like she is smiling behind her hand. He asks her to go to Spain to meet his family and she says yes. 

Colton talks to his family for about 3 minutes and tells them the quick story. Cassie is so nervous. They meet the fam, and his family gets to the tough questions right away. They both talk to each of his parents. They don’t want him to get hurt again, but he assures them he is so in love. They leave and say goodbye for the day.

They have their final date the next day/night. Usually the see the city date is a little lame, but this is the date they got. Part of the date included repelling down to have a picnic. He was shaking so much. They finished their date, had dinner, went to the fantasy suite and the rest is history. They are happy and in love, and Colton moved to LA. They finish the show with a montage of memories and a concert from Air Supply. I know a lot of people think this whole thing is a load of crap, but I am actually really excited for them and hope they’re happy.

Hannah B is the next bachelorette. We meet a few of the guys from her season, and she is pretty awkward. Hopefully she gets a little more comfortable over the next few days. Hannah gives the rose to the rapper except she forgets to ask if he will accept the rose. She tries again and gets it right and her journey begins. 


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          Blogging the Bach 23.11-The Finale      Cache   Translate Page      

Who’s watching: Celsey, Amanda, Megan, and me and Alicia came part way through.

We start where we left off last week-with the infamous fence jump. Chris Harrison seems in the least control than we have ever seen in the history of the show. I also heard him say in some interviews last week that Colton was actually lost. They find him finally and the first thing they ask is if he is ok. Clearly he is not ok. He tried to run away from the show. They eventually get him to calm down a little and not run away into the night in Portugal. 

Chris Harrison goes to talk to him the next day. They chat a bit. Colton feels like he cannot go on with Cassie. Chris asks “what if at the end of this she just isn’t that into you?” That’s probs not exactly what he wants to hear. He wants to be with Cassie and that is all. 

Colton goes to visit Tayshia. It is awkward. He gets to the point pretty quickly. Neither one of them have much to say. They go into her place because she wants to get away from the cameras. They both cry a little and then say goodbyes and then they cry some more. Instead of waiting for the show to play out and then have the girls come to the after the final, they have Tayshia come out and talk to Chris. Something is weird. Colton comes out and things are still weird. Also, what has happened to Colton’s hair? It kind of looks like a ski jump (Megan). They talk a little and suddenly she feels better.

The next scene is Hannah writing in her journal. Unlike Tayshia who probably should have known what was coming, she has had no signs of this. He comes in and tells her right away he loves Cassie. She definitely is not expecting that. He then tells her he thought it was going to be her-probs not the best thing to say. She is so upset and can’t believe it. He says he doesn’t know if he is making the right decision a couple of times. They both cry and then he leaves and they cry some more. Hannah comes out on stage and says it has been so hard for her to watch the season. She talks about love and says she is not in love with him. Colton comes out. Hannah has a lot of questions most of which she probably really doesn’t want to hear the answers to. She calls him out for doing the same thing to her that Cassie did to him. It ends ok with a goodbye.

In what seems like a giant waste of time, Ben Higgins, Blake, Jason, and Garrett come out and shoot the breeze for 15 minutes. That basically took the place of his over night date with Hannah that didn’t happen.

We see Cassie packing up and saying she is ready to get home. I have thought this whole time that Cassie’s dad is what got to her. This time is really seems less like that. Colton goes to talk to her and then the show is over for the night. Even though the marathon 3 hour finale is rough, we all prefer that. This double night business is annoying. 

To be continued...



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          Hilton Announces Plans For Embassy Suites by Hilton Hotel In Aruba      Cache   Translate Page      
MCLEAN, VA––Hilton (NYSE: HLT) today announces plans to debut the upscale, all-suite Embassy Suites by Hilton brand in Aruba in 2021, ...
          SBK Buriram 2019: orari TV dalla Thailandia      Cache   Translate Page      
Dopo la sontuosa 'doppietta' di Alvaro Bautista (Aruba.it Ducati) nel round inaugurale di Phillip Island, i protagonisti del Mondiale Superbike sono pronti a tornare in pista questo fine settimana al...
          Paradisi fiscali, anche gli Emirati Arabi Uniti nella nuova black list Ue      Cache   Translate Page      
Alla vecchia lista si aggiungono Aruba, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Dominica, Figi, Isole Marshall, Oman, Emirati Arabi Uniti, Vanuatu...
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Ducati, Cecconi: "Thailandia? Obiettivo ripetersi"

Le parole del Team Principal di Aruba.it Racing Ducati alla vigilia del weekend in Thailandia, secondo appuntamento della stagione in Superbike. "Un'altra tripletta? Non sarà facile, ma ci aspettiamo che Chaz Davies vada più forte rispetto a Phillip Island"

La Superbike fa tappa in Thailandia a partire da sabato 16 marzo e sarà in diretta su Sky Sport MotoGP (canale 208)

GIOIA BAUTISTA: "CHE BELLO BATTERE REA"

LO SPECIALE SUPERBIKE

DUCATI V4R, UNA MOTOGP UMANIZZATA

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          UAE, Aruba, Bermuda amongst EU’s revised blacklist of tax havens      Cache   Translate Page      
As part of its efforts to crack down the transfer of illicit funds, the EU broadened its blacklist of tax heavens during an Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN) meeting of the bloc’s finance ministers in Brussels on 12 March where they added the United Arab Emirates, Aruba, and Bermuda to a list of flagged nations
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          La lista dei paradisi fiscali secondo l'Europa      Cache   Translate Page      

Blacklisted tax economy

Ecco i 10 paesi ritenuti dall'Europa dei "paradisi fiscali" che non collaborano con le autorità internazionali a caccia di evasori delle tasse. Una lista che vede inseriti nella lista nera anche gli Emirati Arabi, dopo una lunga discussione a Bruxelles nei queli il nostro ministro dell'economia, Giovanni Tria, si era schierato per il no. Ecco i 10 paesi della cosiddetta "black list" stabilita dall'Ecofin, l'organismo che riunisce i ministri finanziari della Ue:

Emirati Arabi, Aruba, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Dominica, Fiji, Isole Marshall, Oman e Vanuatu. A questi vanno poi aggiunti Samoa, Trinidad e Tobago, Isole Vergini Usa, Samoa Usa e Guam, da tempo considerati stabilmente dei paradisi fiscali.

Una lista nata però non senza polemiche. Ci sarebbero state infatti grosse pressioni, risultate poi vincitrici, per evitare l'ingresso nella lista ad alcune nazioni da tempo nell'occhio del ciclone per il loro essere centro del mercato dell'offshore, come Panama, Bahamas, Svizzera, Isole Vergini britanniche, Isole Cayman, Guernsey, Isola di Man, Jersey o Hong Kong. Paesi dove sono fortissimi gli interessi di governanti e grandi industriali finiti spesso al centro di scandali finanziari internazionali.

Ma polemiche sono emerse anche per il mancato inserimento di paesi proprio dell'Unione Europea come Lussemburgo, Irlanda, Olanda, Cipro e Malta considerati da alcuni (e da tempo) veri e propri paradisi fiscali

 


          Wybory do Parlamentu Europejskiego. PO rekomendowała asystenta marszałka Jarubasa      Cache   Translate Page      
Wybory do Parlamentu Europejskiego. Zarząd okręgowy świętokrzyskiej Platformy Obywatelskiej rekomendował na listę dwóch kandydatów - dowiedziała się "Wyborcza". Start rozważa również niezrzeszony poseł Adam Cyrański.
          Destinatii ideale pentru a scapa de plata taxelor Lista Paradisurilor fiscale 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
In plus fata de cele 5 jurisdictii deja incluse lista revizuita a UE a jurisdictiilor necooperante include in prezent si Aruba Barbados Belize Bermuda Dominica Fiji Insulele Marshall Oman Emiratele Arabe Unite VanuatuCiteste si Ce s-ar intampla daca multinationalele ar pleca din RomaniaAceste jurisdictii nu au pus in aplicare angajamentele pe care si le-au asumat fata de UE pana la termenul convenitAnexa II la concluzii care cuprinde jurisdictiile cu angajamente in curs reflecta de asemenea... citeste in continuare
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          [Ticker] EU shames Oman, UAE and others as 'tax-havens'      Cache   Translate Page      
The EU has branded as "tax-havens" the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba, Barbados, Belize, the British overseas territory of Bermuda, Fiji, the Marshall Islands, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Vanuatu, and Dominica in a decision by finance ministers in Brussels Wednesday, the Reuters news agency reported. The 10 jurisdictions joined Samoa, Trinidad and Tobago, and US territories American Samoa, Guam, and the US Virgin Islands, which had been blacklisted earlier.
          Paradisi fiscali salgono a 15      Cache   Translate Page      
di Redazione - Aggiornata la lista nera dei paradisi fiscali che da 5 paesi ora ne conta ben 15. Vai alla guida I paradisi fiscali La Ue infatti ha aggiunto al quintetto di territori (in termini tecnici "giurisdizioni fiscali non cooperative") che non avevano preso impegni dopo la prima black list del 2017 (ossia Samoa Americane, Guam, Samoa, Trinidad e Tobago, Isole Vergini Usa) altri dieci paesi: Aruba, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, isole Fiji, isole Marshall, Oman, Vanuatu, Dominica e gli Emirati Arabi Uniti. Su questi ultimi, l'Italia aveva espresso riserve alla discussione nell'Ecofin sulla lista nera Ue, ritenendo che il paese stesse facendo abbastanza per garantire la trasparenza fiscale. In ogni caso, il ministro dell'economia Tria ha proposto un emendamento "che di base d...
          EU Designates Belize as a Non-cooperative Jurisdiction      Cache   Translate Page      
Belize is among ten new jurisdictions blacklisted as tax havens by the European Union. These include: Aruba, Barbados, Bermuda, Dominica, Fiji, the Marshall Islands, Oman, the United Arab Emirates and [...]
           Elder Soares Visit Highlights God's Promised Blessings Being Claimed in the Caribbean       Cache   Translate Page      

“I see a great future for the Church in the Caribbean Area. They are good people who are dedicated to their families and their desire to serve the Lord.”Missionaries first arrived on Curaçao in 1978 and the island’s first branch was created in October of 1979. Growth followed the 1982 decision to conduct Church meetings in Papiamento. The Curaçao meetinghouse was dedicated in August 1988. Families gather for a February 17 member meeting in Santiago, Dominican Republic, presided over by Elder Ulisses Soares.“When we read in the scriptures about the ‘isles of the sea’ we tend to think of, maybe, the Pacific or other parts of the world,” said Elder Teixeira. “But the Caribbean Area is also truly the ‘isles of the sea.’ With the exception of the three countries on the northern tip of South America (Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana), everything else is an island.”During the meeting, a pair of Curaçao “pioneers”—Ingeborg Zielinski Reni and Yvonne Antersijn—shared experiences from their decades of resolute Church service and dedication in a “corner of the vineyard” still young and largely undeveloped.Dedicating the country and worshipping with the Curaçao members “was a beautiful experience,” said Elder Soares.Prior to the 1978 revelation that gave all people full access to the blessings of the priesthood and the temple, the Church was all but non-existent in the Caribbean—a region with a large population of people of African descent.“You can see the influence of these two great sisters on the island,” said Elder Soares.The February 16 leadership meetings in Santiago, Dominican Republic, offered further glimpses into the hearts, minds, and capacity of the Caribbean Area members. They are “happy people” focused on the gospel and the guidance offered by President Russell M. Nelson and their other leaders.That mixture reflects the rich wonders defining the tens of thousands of Latter-day Saints living across the vast Caribbean Area, Elder Ulisses Soares told the Church News following his recent visit to the region.Elder Soares noted the relative “newness” of the Church in the Dominican Republic and other Caribbean nations.A traveler can drop in on a Relief Society or Sunday School lesson in, say, the Dominican Republic, and hear the gospel taught in Spanish. Drive across the border into Haiti and expect to hear that same message in Haitian Creole or French.Dedicating Curaçao Elder Ulisses Soares bids farewell to Latter-day Saints who gathered for a February 21 member meeting in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.On February 20, Elder Soares dedicated the island nation of Curaçao for the preaching of the gospel. Members, missionaries, local journalists, and many others from the community gathered in the branch meetinghouse in the capital of Willemstad to listen to the visiting Apostle’s dedicatory prayer and counsel.The region’s linguistic diversity signals its rich history and culture. Many Caribbeans will greet you with a Buenos dias—while others will offer a Bonjou, a Good morning, or even a Goedemorgen.Enjoying Christ’s gospel“The Church has a great future in Curaçao,” he added. “The people are faithful and willing to receive the gospel. ... I could see in their eyes the hope that the gospel brings to them.”“There is a diversity in that area that is very attractive and beautiful to see,” he said. “There is a mixture of cultures—you have influences from all over the world.”

A young man attends February 21, 2019, member meeting in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, presided over by Elder Ulisses Soares.

The area’s only temple—the Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Temple—was dedicated almost 20 years ago. But that’s about to change.“They asked about how they could become closer to Christ and how they could show Christlike love to one another. They wanted to know how they can utilize the power of the Holy Ghost. They asked questions about issues related to their families and their youth,” reported Elder Teixeira.History was also made in the Caribbean during an Apostle’s visit. Elder Ulisses Soares offers counsel during February 16, 2019, meeting with elders and sisters from the Santiago Dominican Republic Mission.Planning a Latter-day Saint-themed tour across the Caribbean? You’d be wise to download a versatile translation app.For many Latter-day Saint Caribbeans, traveling to the Santo Domingo temple “is not easy,” said Elder Soares. Members from Trinidad and Tobago, for example, often have to fly to Miami, Florida, and then boomerang back to the Dominican Republic and visit the temple. Such travels exact both time and money.That island culture, he added, is embodied by kindness, families, and hard work. It’s an ideal, promised land for the gospel to flourish and grow.“The Caribbean members are focused on strengthening their family in the gospel,” he said. “There is great joy—the people are enjoying the gospel of Jesus Christ in their lives. Elder José A. Teixeira and Elder Ulisses Soares greet missionaries from the Santiago Dominican Republic Mission to a February 16 missionary meeting.They were joined at many events by the Caribbean Area Presidency—Elder Walter F. González, Elder José L. Alonso, and Elder Eduardo Gavarret.The Port-au-Prince Haiti Temple is expected to be dedicated this year. Meanwhile, hurricane-battered Latter-day Saints in Puerto Rico are still celebrating last fall’s announcement to build a temple in the capital city of San Juan.A former Miss Curaçao, Zielinski Reni joined the Church in Holland in 1970. When she returned to her native land she hosted an hourly radio program, frequently drawing upon family home evening lessons and other gospel messages. She became the face of the Church for many on the island.But most important, the diverse Caribbean members remain anchored to their shared devotion to the Lord’s Church. “We learned of their faith and their desire to learn the gospel of Jesus Christ,” said Elder Soares.

Sister missionaries enjoy a February 16, 2019, devotional in Santiago, Dominican Republic, presided over by Elder Ulisses Soares.

Elder Soares’ 11-day tour (February 14–24) marked his first visit to the Caribbean Area. The Quorum of the Twelve Apostles member was accompanied by Elder José A. Teixeira of the Presidency of the Seventy, along with their wives, Sister Rosana Soares and Sister Filomena Teixeira. Elder Soares and other visiting Brethren and their wives with the Santiago Dominican Republic Mission on February 16, 2019.English, meanwhile, is spoken in Jamaica, Barbados, The Bahamas, and several other island nations. And in the baseball-mad lands of Aruba and Curaçao, you will hear chatter in both Dutch and Papiamento.Reviewing plans for the future temples were key highlights for the visiting Brethren during their annual area review of the Caribbean Area (February 18-19). Elder Soares and Elder Teixeira also participated in ministering-focused leadership meetings for local priesthood and auxiliary leaders. They presided over member meetings and met with missionaries serving in various nations—including a tender gathering of missionaries in the Dominican Republic mourning the recent death of Elder Brennan Conrad.“It was beautiful to see how many of the members have received the ordinances of the temple, and I praised them for their sacrifices,” he said.Dynamic moments for Caribbean SaintsElder Soares’ and Elder Teixeira’s recent travels came at a dynamic moment in the Caribbean Area.


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