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On Wednesday, September 21, 2022 in New York, during his speech at the rostrum of the 77th General Assembly of the United Nations, US President Joe Biden renewed his administration's support for Haiti "We continue to stand alongside our neighbor Haitian, facing politically fueled gang violence and a major humanitarian crisis, and we call on the world to do the same. We still have a lot to do."
"They killed Dessalines again"
Jean Charles Moïse, the leader of the radical opposition of the political party "Pitit Dessalin", condemned the desecration of the statue of Jean Jacques Dessalines, one of the Founding Fathers of the Nation and declared "They killed once again, the father of the Nation Jean Jacques Dessalines [...] The enemy of the Haitian people is the Haitian people themselves". See also : https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-37705-icihaiti-politic-the-pm-condemns-the-desecration-of-the-statue-of-dessalines.html
Jacmel : Saint-Michel hospital soon to be dysfunctional
The Saint-Michel hospital in Jacmel risks being dysfunctional in the coming days due to a possible shortage of medical supplies and lack of fuel. Newton Jeudy, the Departmental Health Director of the South-East, challenges the conscience of the protesters in order to create a humanitarian corridor to supply hospitals.
Timid resumption of activities
Wednesday timid resumption of activities in some places of Port-au-Prince after the release of major highways by the National Police of Haiti. Some shops including supermarkets and commercial banks have reopened. Public transport was slowing down.
Weapons license ban lifted
Referring to the notice of temporary suspension of permits to carry weapons throughout the national territory https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-37658-icihaiti-notice-all-firearms-licenses-are-suspended.html , the Directorate General of the National Police of Haiti (DGPNH) announces that this measure has been lifted.
The German Ambassador who has taken refuge in the Dominican Republic
The German Ambassador to Haiti Peter Sauer and the German Consul Joshka Jokisch, withdrew to the Dominican Republic pushed by the socio-political crisis and insecurity. The diplomats arrived in the country aboard the UNHAS flight, from the United Nations, via Joaquin Balaguer airport.