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Haiti - FLASH : The Dominican army ready for any threat from Haiti
In a note Jesús Vázquez Martínez, the Minister of the Interior and Police informed that the Dominican National Police (PND) was deepening the investigations to verify if there was participation of Dominicans in the criminal gangs that operate in Haiti and has assured that the Dominican Government will adopt all the rigorous measures to prevent the passage of these criminals on the Dominican territory "you can be sure, that the Government of President Luis Abinader will not allow the members of these criminal gangs to pass on this side, whether they are Haitians, Dominicans or of any other nationality." https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-34653-icihaiti-security-dominican-president-abinader-warns-haitian-gangs-not-to-cross-the-border.html
Jesús Vázquez Martínez, clarified that so far the reports of the Intelligence agencies had not identified other Dominicans as gang members on Haitian territory and that nothing confirms the statements of Molaï Ortiz Mieses
Friday, June 24, the Commanders of the army and the police confirmed that all the security agencies were ready to face any threat coming from Haiti, which would harm the Dominican Republic.
Daniel Pou, the Director of the Analysis Center of the Ministry of the Interior and the Police, assured that all potential Haitian threats were under surveillance and will be countered if necessary with the corresponding intensity.
Given the situation, Vice Admiral Lee Ballester, Director of the Center for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cybersecurity and Intelligence (C5i), said that the armed forces and the Dominican army would be at the forefront of any attack that would occur on the national territory.
Recall that more than 12,000 soldiers (nearly 18% of all military personnel in active service in the Dominican Republic (ref. 2020) are deployed and monitor the Dominican border from Manzanillo, Montecristi to Pedernales and have all the means of mobility, d armament and necessary technological surveillance tools. Helicopter, planes, armored vehicules https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-32988-haiti-flash-fearing-the-worst-in-haiti-the-dominicans-deploy-armored-vehicles-at-the-border.html and the navy has also increased its presence and surveillance, several armored vehicles are visible in some places on the border https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-35147-haiti-flash-the-international-ignores-haiti-and-the-dr-militarily-strengthens-its-border.html
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