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Haiti - Dominican Republic : Haiti formed his Binational Commission for Dialogue
05/01/2014 12:00:46

Haiti - Dominican Republic : Haiti formed his Binational Commission for Dialogue
In accordance with was agreed between the Haitian and Dominican authorities, at the Petrocaribe summit in Caracas (Venezuela) December 17, 2013, Haiti has formed hisGovernmental Commission for the Binational Dialogue. Chaired by the Prime Minister, Laurent Lamothe, this Commission is composed of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pierre Richard Casimir, the Minister of Commerce, Wilson Laleau, of Minister of the Interior, David Bazile and economist Nesmy Manigat.

For its part, the Dominican Commission, chaired by Gustavo Montalvo, Minister of the Presidency is composed of : of the Minister of Interior and Police, Jose Ramon Fadul, the Minister of Trade and Industry, José del Castillo, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, acting Chancellor, José Manuel Trullols and Legal Consultant of the Executive César Pina Toribio.

The mandate of the Bilateral Commission is to find a consensus and acceptable solutions in order to empty of all dispute between the two countries on migration issues,commercial exchanges, border security and regularization of binational markets. Haitian and Dominican authorities have made a firm commitment to amicably resolve the various problems between the two countries...

This first of a series of meetings will serve essentially to define the working agenda of future meetings.

The two parties also agreed so that representatives of the European Union, Venezuela, CARICOM, the UN and a member of the Haitian private sector, Ms. Norma Powell, are present, as an observers

This resumption of high-level dialogue, is scheduled for Tuesday, January 7, 2014 in Juana Mendez in the commune of Ouanaminthe (North-East of Haiti), in front of the Dominican town of Dajabon.

Gustavo Montalvo, said in an official statement that "The Dominican Government encourages the desire to build a relationship of trust, that allows to work together for the welfare of both peoples..."

See also :
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-10220-haiti-dominican-republic-the-dominican-hard-right-opposed-to-the-resumption-of-dialogue.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-10115-haiti-denationalisation-towards-the-resumption-of-dialogue.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-9948-haiti-denationalisation-the-dialogue-only-way-for-reasonable-solution.html

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