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16/11/2017 09:19:41

Haiti - Politic : Twinning between Les Cayes and 2 Dominican cities
A large delegation met with Dominican businessmen and initialed twinning agreements with two important Dominican cities.

Under the auspices of the Embassy of the Republic of Haiti in the Dominican Republic, a large delegation composed of Gabriel Fortuné, Mayor of Les Cayes, Mrs. Marie May Guillaume, Head of the Departmental Office South of the Ministry of Tourism and Mr. Pierre Antoine Borgat, Vice-President of the Southern Chamber of Commerce, met with Dominican businessmen and initialed twinning agreements with two important Dominican cities : Mayaguate and San Cristobal.

It should be noted that agreements signed between cities open the way for exchanges based on education, culture, tourism, economy and sport. The signatories of these important development agreements have welcomed this new turning point in relations between the two countries.
 
In Santiago, at the end of this visit, the Haitian delegation discussed with Haitian students. An debate opened between the two parties where the students asked relevant questions about the integration structures of the new skills in the development of Haiti. Pierre Antoine Borgat, representative of the Southern Chamber of Commerce and Mayor Fortuné have invited students to be creative because Haiti offers many opportunities.

Miousemine Célestin, acting Chargé d'Affaires at the Embassy of Haiti in the Dominican Republic took the opportunity to invite the student sector to participate in the activities of the Haitian authorities in DR. Also she invites them to register at the Embassy or Consular Posts of their respective jurisdictions and to join together in association, for the well-being of their community.

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