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"Good coordination between the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the United States Embassy in Haiti to intercept and quickly repatriate Haitians who attempt to enter the United States illegally. In 2 months more than 1,260 migrants were returned to Haiti. Don't waste your time and money, don't risk your health and your life," said the US Embassy in Haiti
Kidnapping : Ineffective SIM card identification
According to Maarten Boute, CEO of the Digicel company in Haiti "[...] People think that by identifying SIM cards all over the country, it will stop kidnapping or other criminal acts that are done through a telephone. But unfortunately, in experience this is not the case [...] most of the time, the kidnappers use the victims' phones to make the calls. Identifying the SIM card under these conditions does not lead to anything."
BINUH is very concerned about the worsening situation
BINUH is very concerned about the worsening security situation and the violence committed by armed gangs against the population. It recalls that the United Nations remains available to support the national authorities who must protect the population and arrest the instigators, perpetrators and accomplices of crimes.
DR is looking for new technologies to protect its borders
Dominican President Luis Abinader said that due to the instability in Haiti, its poverty, the socio-political crisis and the rise in insecurity, the country does not have the necessary forces to manage the situation. "[...] The situation in Haiti is one of the main problems of the Dominican Government. Adding that he was looking for new, more technological ones to monitor the border and protect the Dominican territory.
Tabarre 68 pumping station and Vivy Mitchel reservoir
As a prelude to the official commissioning of the Tabarre 68 pumping station and the Vivy Mitchel reservoir, a project financed by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe accompanied by Guito Édouard, the Managing Director of the National Directorate for Drinking Water and Sanitation (DINEPA) went to the scene. Jouthe said he was satisfied with the quality of the work carried out by Spanish and Haitian firms, stressing that these new infrastructures will allow a marked improvement in the distribution of drinking water in the metropolitan region, in particular in the areas of Delmas, Silo, Gerald battle, Tabarre, Vivy mitchel, Route de frères and Pernier.