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Haiti - FLASH : China at the UN calls the international community to help Haiti
16/10/2019 13:33:42

Haiti - FLASH : China at the UN calls the international community to help Haiti
Tuesday, speaking at the last Security Council debate, ending the 15 years of Peace Mission in Haiti https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-29017-haiti-un-the-minujusth-is-finished-beginning-of-the-binuh.html Wu Haitao, the Deputy Permanent Representative of the Republic of China to the UN, urged countries with a significant influence on Haiti to pay closer attention to political, economic, social and humanitarian, and called on the international community to help Haiti maintain stability, stimulate economic growth and improve the livelihoods of the people.

Wu recalled that eight Chinese peacekeepers died while carrying out their duties in Haiti, during these missions, making the ultimate sacrifice for peace in Haiti.

Adding "It pains us to see that the country's political crisis has escalated again lately [...]

China calls upon the Haitian authorities to be committed to resolving differences properly through consultation, strengthen the rule of law and its own development capacity, and resolve the current political crisis as soon as possible [...] "

Recognizing that "the road to achieving stability in developing Haiti would be long and hard" Wu said that China hoped that the Haitian Government would put the interests of the people at the top of its agenda, would be committed to autonomy and would effectively assume its responsibility to maintain national security and stability and to promote economic and social development.

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