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Haiti - Insecurity : Cuba confirms the release of Dr. Daymara Helen Pérez Alabedra
24/01/2022 09:37:45

Haiti - Insecurity : Cuba confirms the release of Dr. Daymara Helen Pérez Alabedra
The Cuban Government via its Embassy in Haiti, has confirmed that the Cuban Dr. Daymara Helen Pérez Alabedra, kidnapped and sequestered since January 13 in Martissant by armed men, was released on the morning of Sunday January 23, 2022. The Embassy indicates that she was in good health and had spoken with her relatives in Cuba in particular her mother and her 12 year old son "They released my daughter, she is already at home. They did not harm her physically," assured María Alabedra, the mother of Daymara Helen Pérez.

Let's recall that Dr. Pérez had carried out a medical mission for the Cuban Government for three years and then returned to Cuba. Subsequently she obtained a private contract with the Notre Dame de Petit-Goâve Hospital in Haiti, where she works as an anesthesiologist.

According to her mother, Dr. Jasmin Fred Director of Notre Dame Hospital, was in charge of negotiations with the kidnappers who demanded an initial ransom of 100,000 US dollars.

According to our correspondent in Petit-Goâve Mathieu Guyto, a ransom was paid to the kidnappers against the release of the hostage. Recalling that the kidnapping of Dr. Pérez had provoked a vast protest movement in Petit-Goâve https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-35761-haiti-news-zapping.html . Members of the population, in particular young people from the "Bò Lopital" base, condemned this kidnapping and expressed their solidarity with the Cuban doctors present on the national territory who provide invaluable assistance to the Haitian people.

S/ HaitiLibre

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