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06/10/2017 05:37:24

Haiti - FLASH : MINUSTAH, Jovenel Moïse thanks the UN
Thursday, the President of the Republic, Jovenel Moïse, accompanied by the Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Haiti, Sandra Honoré, participated in the official closing ceremony of the activities of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH), to the Camp General Jaborandy Tabarre, next to the Unibank park.

He also laid a wreath to pay tribute to the soldiers of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) fell in the performance of their duties.

The Head of State took the opportunity to thank the United Nations (UN) for its support to the Republic of Haiti during the 13 years of accompanying of national authorities through the MINUSTAH. He also welcomed the member countries which have contributed, through their material and human resources, to the accomplishment of this mission. Finally, the Head of State thanked Mrs Honoré for her contribution to the political stabilization in Haiti and to the professionalization of the Haitian National Police.

"As stateswomen and statesmen responsible, we Haitians are challenged to draw from the reserves of patriotism and civicism the lessons of history to favor the 'tèt ansanm' and the 'konbit national' with a view to strengthening democracy and consolidating social peace in our dear Haiti," said the Head of State, who also declared that he devoted all his energy to the stabilization of the country. "May the international cooperation in this new era continue to accompany the public life of Haiti directly through its republican institutions, in order to eliminate cholera and achieve the Objectives of Sustainable Development (ODD) by 2030".

For her part Sandra Honoré declared "Haiti today can rejoice in the more stable and secure framework. There is still a long way to go before Haiti achieves the stability and sustainable development that everyone aspires to."

MINUSTAH will give way to the UN Mission for the Support of Justice in Haiti (MINUJUSTH), a new UN mission without a military component that will have 7 police units, comprising 980 people, distributed in the departments of the West, Artibonite, Nippes, North and Grand'Anse for an initial period of six months from 16 October 2017 to 15 April 2018; as well as 295 police officers outside units constituted in all the ten departments of the country in support of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) and 351 civilians based in Port-au-Prince of which half will be Haitians.

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