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Haiti - Politic : 3 Caribbean countries ask for the strengthening of the UN mandate in Haiti
12/12/2021 08:14:16

Haiti - Politic : 3 Caribbean countries ask for the strengthening of the UN mandate in Haiti
Sunday 11 December 2021 at the end of the 2-day summit of the Alliance for the Development of Democracy, held in Puerto Plata, Presidents Carlos Alvarado Quesada (Costa Rica), Laurentino Cortizo Cohen (Panama) and Luis Abinader Corona (Dominican Republic), in a joint declaration at the end of the summit, expressed their concerns about the continued deterioration of the security, institutional and socio-economic situation in Haiti and made proposals to reach a resolution of the crisis in Haiti in articles 3 and 4 devoted to Haiti in their declaration comprising 12 articles.

Article 3 :
"We reaffirm our concern in the face of the continued deterioration of the security, institutional and socio-economic situation in Haiti. We believe that the mandate of the United Nations Security Council, in effect until July 2022, must be extended and strengthened.

We appeal to the international community, in particular the United States, the European Union, Canada and France, to provide all the necessary support to the Haitian National Police with the immediacy the seriousness of the situation deserves.

We also appeal to the international community, in particular the United Nations Development Program and the Pan American Health Organization, to strengthen the public health system in Haiti, gby giving priority to primary health care, maternal and child care, vaccination against Covid and general medicine."


Article 4 :
"We reiterate our proposal, presented in the Panama Declaration, concerning a roadmap for the implementation of a comprehensive development plan for Haiti including pacification, improvement of infrastructure, reforestation and financing."

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