The Dutch American Friendship Treaty (DAFT) is a bilateral agreement between the United States and The Netherlands, signed in 1952. The treaty deals with a broad range of issues including:
Cultural exchange; DAFT promotes the exchange of art, literature, science, and technology between Americans and Dutch citizens.
Economic cooperation; DAFT facilitates investments between companies from both countries and helps strengthen economic relations.
Political cooperation; DAFT encourages open communication between governments in both countries as well as cooperation on common goals.
The Dutch American Friendship Treaty (DAFT) is an important tool for strengthening the bond between American and Dutch citizens.