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Haiti - DR : The FNP asks the Dominican authorities to prepare for the worst in Haiti
17/11/2018 11:22:04

Haiti - DR : The FNP asks the Dominican authorities to prepare for the worst in Haiti
The former deputy Vinicio Castillo Semán, leader of the National Progressive Force (FNP, hard right) asked President Danilo Medina and Foreign Minister Miguel Vargas Maldonado this week that special security measures to be taken for the Embassy and the Dominican Consulates in Haiti explaining "In the light of the events announced Sunday, November 18, measures must be taken to protect the Embassy and consulates of the Dominican Republic and their staff, which could be the target of attacks and looting perpetrated by violent groups in Port-au-Prince and throughout Haiti [...]"

"[...] Powerful sectors in Haiti and abroad, can take advantage of a great disorder in Haiti, to attempt a massive entry into Dominican territory [...] the possibility of a major movement of population trying to cross the border must be evaluated by our armed forces and our security agencies [...] Without wanting to be alarmist, the great political and social crises that occur in Haiti, can degenerate in the space of a few hours. We must be prepared as a country to protect the integrity of our territory," concluded Castillo Semán.

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