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Haiti - Security : Departure of the Guatemalan military contingent
19/06/2017 09:01:49

Haiti - Security : Departure of the Guatemalan military contingent
As part of the withdrawal from Haiti of forces of the Minustah http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-20653-haiti-flash-the-un-voted-final-departure-of-the-minustah-in-october.html , the Ambassador of Guatemala to the Dominican Republic and Haiti, Rudy Coxaj, in the presence of senior officials of the Haitian Government and of the United Nations Stabilization Mission of Haiti (MINUSTAH), participated in the Guatemalan contingent's departure ceremony (GUAMPCOY), composed of 51 military policemen, who are expected to leave Haiti by 23 June 2017.

The ceremony took place last week in Cap-Haitien in one of the Minustah camps and consisted, among other things, of handing over the flags of both the UN and Guatemala. In their speeches Sandra Honoré and Ambassador Coxaj underlined the importance of the presence of the Guatemalan army in the fulfillment of the stabilization mandate aimed at strengthening the Haitian National Police and the creation of security conditions for Haitian citizens.


Let's recall that in this department, Minustah has financed 1,700 projects for an amount of US$48 million to help build a climate of peace and stabilization by supporting the Haitian government. These projects included institutional support, reform of the rule of law (reform of the police, justice and penitentiary system) and human rights, support for elections and the authorities regional and local.

See also :
http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-20653-haiti-flash-the-un-voted-final-departure-of-the-minustah-in-october.html

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