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Monday in Cap-Haitien, the divisional inspector Anassé Dorival, spokesperson for the National Police of Haiti (PNH) in the North, presented to the media 22 firearms including 2 rifles of caliber 12 seized within the framework of the operations "Koukouwouj and Terminator 1".
President Moïse calls for lower fuel prices
"I promised to enforce the law of March 9, 1995, on the prices of petroleum products. Today, the cost of kerosene and diesel has fallen in the international market. I ask the competent authorities to revise the prices of these products downwards without delay," declared Tuesday Jovenel Moïse.
The old CIN is no longer in force
In a note dated October 20, Me Rockefeller Vincent the Minister of Justice recalls that the old National Identification Card is no longer in force, since October 16, 2020 in accordance with the decree of June 18, 2020. He invites citizens not yet having the new biometric identification card, to obtain the new card at the offices of the National Identification Office (ONI). Specifying that all measures are taken to respond to requests as soon as possible.
Martine Moïse commemorates rural women
Tuesday as part of the International Day of Rural Women (October 15) the First Lady of Haiti, Martine Moïse commemorated the rural women of Bion (1st communal section of Chansolme, Dept. of the North West) "As a girl from rural areas, my roots remain attached to the land. This is why, I proceeded to the planting of some seedlings of nuts, coffee, cocoa, cedar olive, in the presence of the Prime Minister Mr. Joseph Jouthe, the Minister for the Status of Women and the Rights of Women, the Minister of the Environment, the UN-Woman Representative, local elected officials, and women farmers from the North West," declared the First Lady.
Towards a strengthening of CARICOM in Japan
On Tuesday October 20, Ambassador of Haiti to Japan Helph Monod Honorat paid a courtesy visit to his counterpart at the Embassy of Jamaica in Japan, Ambassador Shorna-Kay M. Richard. It was about the traditional bonds of friendship and fraternity that unite the two Nations but especially on the intention of Ambassador Honorat to work with the Jamaican diplomatic representation in order to strengthen the presence of Caricom in Japan, knowing that Haiti and Jamaica are the only two CARICOM countries that have a resident diplomatic representation in Tokyo.