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"The country was standing alongside the national team to face the Cuban team. Like all Haitians, my heart vibrated at every moment and every goal. What a beautiful victory and what a beautiful moment for our Nation. Congratulations to the Grenadiers !" President Jovenel Moïse
Marie Margareth Fortuné, the Director General of the Haitian State Lottery (LEH) is very happy about the victory of the Haitian team against Cuba, the LEH wishes continued success to the national selection.
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Mayor Collin visits building sites
On Saturday, Mayor Rony Colin of Croix-des-Bouquets made an assessment visit of the construction site of the Square de Bon Repos, a campaign promise. Mayor Colin took the opportunity to talk with the site engineer and the workers. The work is at a very advanced stage.
Minujusth and National Disarmament Commission
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First Fishing Festival in Haiti
As part of the patronal feast of Fort Liberté, the National Association of Haitian Fisheries took the opportunity to also organize the First Fishing Festival in Haiti with the collaboration of Quisqueya University. This event was an opportunity for the Association to highlight the tourism potential of the region including the Bay and the Historic Remains of Fort Liberty, the Fort Dauphin and trades of the sea.
Public Affairs Councilor Jeanne L. Clark of the American Embassy in Port-au-Prince congratulated and wished success in his studies to Pierre Obed Dorile, the successful candidate for the Fulbright Scholarship Development Program, who is currently in an intensive English program, before starting her master's degree program in Electrical Systems Engineering.