Smart Border Declaration

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The Smart Border Declaration was a binational deal signed on December 12, 2001 between the United States and Canada. The aim of the plan was to continually improve border security, information-sharing and law enforcement co-operation between the two nations.

The Smart Border Declaration included a four-part Action Plan.[1] Within a year, the Smart Border Declaration was expanded into a 30 point Action Plan.[2]

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