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Haiti - Economy : The first Haitian bananas have arrived in Europe
26/09/2015 09:07:25

Haiti - Economy : The first Haitian bananas have arrived in Europe
The cargo of 100 tons of organic bananas Haitian (about 8,000 bunches) from the AGRITRANS company, loaded on the Crown Garnet September 8 in Cap Haitien is arrived at the dock 212 of the Port of Antwerp International (Belgium).

On this occasion were present Dr. Frantz Bataille, Charge d'Affaires in Berlin and Dominique Dejean, Minister Counsellor of the Embassy of Haiti in Germany, Huguette Herard von Raussendorf, Charge d'Affaires in Brussels, Felio Joseph Adviser and Georges Duroseau First Secretary at the Embassy of Haiti in Belgium.

The first banana crates scrolling on a conveyor have been a moment of pride and emotion punctuated with applause by the delegations present, as well as the CEO of the International Port and its quality control manager. Diplomatic staff observed quality control techniques, carried out by the staff of the Port on the Haitian cargo of bananas.

After unloading bananas and control the various diplomatic actors and the direction of the Port of Antwerp have made a toast to celebrate the return of Haiti bananas on the international market, after 60 years.

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