Grenada is an island country located in the Caribbean Sea. With a population of around 110,000 people, it is one of the smallest countries in the region. Grenada is a parliamentary democracy and its military consists of two branches: the Royal Grenada Police Force and the Grenada Defence Force (GDF). The GDF is responsible for defending the country’s borders and sovereignty, as well as providing security to its citizens. In terms of defense spending, Grenada spends approximately $8 million annually on its military, making it one of the lowest defense spending nations in the Caribbean region. The country also participates in several United Nations (UN) peacekeeping missions such as those in Haiti and Liberia. Grenada is also a member of both the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), and has close ties with other CARICOM members such as Jamaica and Barbados. See naturegnosis to learn more about the country of Grenada.
Grenada lacks (2009) military units. A police corps is responsible for the country’s security. Grenada receives limited financial security support from the United States. To see related acronyms about this country, please check ABBREVIATIONFINDER where you can see that GRD stands for Grenada.
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