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Santo Domingo.-  U.S. ambassador visits James "Wally" Brewster on Wednesday visited the offices of the American Chamber of Commerce of the Dominican Republic (AMCHAMDR), in his role as the organization’s honorary President.

He participated in the monthly meeting of the Board of Directors, held in the Hall of Conference Patrick Hugdson at noon.

It was the U.S. diplomat’s first official contact of with the AMCHAMDR executives, who apprised him of AMCHAMDR key details as well as the priorities of its institutional agenda and the attention focused on its various working committees.

For his part Brewster explained to the Board members his work to bolster ties relations between Washington and Santo Domingo, identified some opportunities and challenges that, noting his willingness to support the Chamber’s initiatives and confirmed his attendance in Dominican week in the U.S., to take place from May 5 to 9 in Washington, D.C. and New York.

At the end of the meeting AMCHAMDR President Maximo Vidal thanked Ambassador Brewster and invited him to remain in close contact open and make periodic meetings to review plans, actions and to provide support for joint initiatives.

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Written by: Vivacuba, 12 Feb 2014 7:24 PM
From: Dominican Republic
U.S. Criminal visiting chamber of commerce
Written by: Radar, 12 Feb 2014 8:30 PM
From: Dominican Republic

"""At the end of the meeting AMCHAMDR President Maximo Vidal thanked Ambassador Brewster and invited him to remain in close contact open and make periodic meetings to review plans, actions and to provide support for joint initiatives."""

Now, exactly what does this, "invited him to remain in CLOSE CONTACT AND "OPEN" and make periodic meetings to review plans", really means?.....sounds like code for a --tryst in a secluded spot.!-- ...I do you, you do me.!

" and to provide support for JOINT initiatives.....again, this is code for "get some good pot to smoke"

If these people think they're fooling me, Haha, they've got another thing coming.! I ain't no fool.!
Written by: Perception, 12 Feb 2014 10:41 PM
From: United States
Where's the "DNCD Officer" that was punished to 30 days in Jail for refusing to give up a "Souce" and Now is "Disappeared".???




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