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According to General Guerrero Clase, Commander of Border Security, the 391 kilometers of border that separates the Dominican Republic from the Republic Haiti are defended on the Dominican side, by 8,494 soldiers divided into three brigades of infantry, six battalions, 21 companies, 35 detachments, 68 guard posts and between 15 and 20 fixed checkpoints.
Haiti - USA - DR, seeking a way out of crisis
The Santiago businessman, Fernando Capellán, President of "Groupe M" and the Industrial Development Company (CODEVI) located in the Ouanaminthe free zone, which currently employs more than 11,000 Haitians (2018), revealed that over the last few days, the Dominican and Haitian business community has held a meeting with representatives of the US State Department, as well as American diplomats from both countries of the island to see how they could contribute at the end of the crisis in Haiti.
"The departure of Moïse will be a collective mistake"
"To demand the departure of Jovenel Moïse will be a strategic collective mistake without a credible alternative. Duvalier, Aristide, Martelly overthrown, no alternative, the country retreated. The oligarchy strengthens its domination, the people is impoverished. 2019 same, no alternative, the jubilant oligarchy" Dr. Eddy N. Labossière.
Message from the Haitian Red Cross
The Haitian Red Cross (CRH) recalls that it is there for the general wellbeing. In these days of often violent socio-political disorder, the CRH recalls its neutrality and asks to save the ambulances reminding that it is essential that the wounded can safely access the hospitals and be treated quickly.
Former PM Laurent Lamothe speaking at a World Forum
On Wednesday 19 June, former Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe will participate as a speaker at the Angotic Forum - Angola ICT Fórum 2019, a global event bringing together leading experts in information and communication technologies for knowledge sharing.
Thanks to blood donors
On Friday as part of World Blood Donor Day, the Ministry of Public Health took the opportunity to thank all those who donated their blood throughout the year. A gesture that saved many lives. The Ministry encourages people to continue to offer for free, voluntary and regulary their blood so that it can ensure the availability of quality blood and blood products for all.