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22/01/2013 09:12:44

Haiti - Diplomacy : Ambassador Paul Altidor present at Obama's inauguration
The Ambassador of Haiti to the United States, Paul G. Altidor was the official representative of the Government of Haiti, to the swearing in of President Barack Obama "It is important that there is a Haitian government representative here in Washington to witness this historic moment and support our partner, the United States," indicated Ambassador Altidor.

"It is an honor to represent the Republic of Haiti, Haiti's President Michel Martelly and the people of Haiti," said Ambassador Altidor. "We congratulate President Obama on his inauguration and send him our best wishes for the next four years [...] Haiti and the United States have a strong relationship and a long history. We look forward to continuing strengthen that relationship."

In addition, on the eve of inauguration, Ambassador Altidor opened his official residence for an event hosted by "Haitian Americans United for Progress". More than 100 people attended the first official event at the residence since its renovation, including Haitian-American elected officials, members of U.S. President Obama's campaign staff, visitors from around the country and guests from Haiti.

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