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Haiti - Diplomacy : New Ambassador of Canada to Haiti
24/10/2019 08:49:23

Haiti - Diplomacy : New Ambassador of Canada to Haiti
On Wednesday at the National Palace, President Jovenel Moïse received the credentials of the new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Canada to Haiti, Stuart Savage, which replaces Ambassador André Frenette in office since September 5, 2017 https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-28286-icihaiti-canada-ambassador-frenette-at-the-end-of-his-mission-talks-with-moise.html and who has completed his mission.

New Ambassador Stuart Savage renewed Canada's commitment to continue to accompany President Jovenel Moïse in his efforts to improve the living conditions of his people.

For his part, President Moïse assured him of the will of the Republic of Haiti to work to strengthen the ties of friendship and cooperation between the two countries.

Later, in tribute to the Fathers of the Fatherland, the new Canadian diplomat presented a floral offering at the Haitian National Pantheon Museum (MUPANAH) in memory of the Heroes of Independence, before a guided tour of the museum's collections.

Learn more about Stuart Savage :
Stuart Savage (BA [Economics], University of Windsor, 1990; BA Hons [International Relations], University of Windsor, 1991) joined External Affairs and International Trade Canada in 1994. At Headquarters, he served as director general for Geographic Coordination and Mission Support, director for Consular Special Case Support and Children’s Issues and director for Intergovernmental Relations. He was also responsible for such files as regional security and peacekeeping, multilateral affairs, the G8 and bilateral relations. Abroad, he was ambassador to Guatemala and served in Pakistan, Spain, Mexico and Cuba and at Canada’s permanent mission to the United Nations, in New York City.

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