ABSTRACT

Fact Sheet: Security and Prosperity Partnership: Implementation Report - Security Agenda   [open pdf - 37KB]

"On March 23, 2005, the United States, Canada and Mexico entered into an unprecedented trilateral Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) to establish a common security strategy and promote economic growth, competitiveness and quality of life. […]. To further North American security goals, the elected leaders called for the three countries to: Implement common border security and bioprotection strategies, enhance critical infrastructure protection and implement a common approach to emergency response, implement improvements in aviation and maritime security, combat transnational threats, and enhance intelligence partnerships, implement a border facilitation strategy to build capacity and improve the legitimate flow of people and cargo at our shared borders." This fact sheet reviews the programs and procedures created to achieve the security goals, as well as the accomplishments of the program in its first 90 days.

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2005-07-27
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Public Domain
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Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America: http://www.ssp.gov
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