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23/09/2022 12:07:58

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Digicel, 3 new fiber optic cables vandalized
Thursday September 22, said Thursday Maarten Boute from Digicel said "We have 3 fiber optic cables that go to Grand'Anse to bring the internet signal (one underground). The underground cable was vandalized in two places. The cables on poles were cut for the construction of barricades. Repairs are in progress. Furthermore, we have great difficulty traveling to the provinces to supply our antennas with diesel. Impossibility to leave Port-au-Prince for the great North and the great South moreover, the fiber optic cuts on the RN2 continue to affect the Grand'Anse. In Port-au-Prince things are progressing..."

See also :
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-37643-haiti-digicel-demonstrations-responsible-for-optical-fiber-cuts.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-37625-haiti-flash-7-optical-fibers-cut-in-5-days-update-on-the-situation.html
https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-37444-icihaiti-internet-the-gang-war-prevents-digicel-from-repairing-an-optical-fiber.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/article-37601-haiti-avis-3-cables-de-fibre-optique-ont-ete-coupes.html

The leader of the "Guêpe noire" Gang killed
On September 21 around 11:00 p.m. "Mèt kafou", Leader of the "Guêpe noire" gang group, was mortally wounded in exchanges of fire with the Police. This bandit had been actively sought by the police for the past 24 hours for his involvement in scenes of looting at the Myriam Sisters and at the Departmental Emergency Operations Center (COUD).

Looting : UNDP condemns
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) condemns in the strongest terms the attacks against its premises in Jérémie while continuing to support the national authorities in the pursuit of programs that can contribute to improving the living conditions of the most vulnerable. See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-37714-haiti-insecurity-the-un-calls-for-an-immediate-end-to-the-looting-of-humanitarian-supplies.html

Haiti signs treaty against nuclear weapons
This Thursday, September 22, in New York, the Minister of Foreign Affairs Jean Victor Généus signed, on behalf of the Republic of Haiti, the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, aimed at Denuclearization.

Desecration : public action in motion
Me Jacques Lafontant Commissioner of the Government of Port-au-Prince declared that he would put public action in motion against all those involved in the desecration of the statue of Jean Jacques Dessalines at the Champ de Mars on September 20, the day of birthday of the founding father of the Fatherland https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-37694-haiti-social-the-statue-of-dessalines-vandalized-at-the-champ-de-mars.html . According to Me Lafontant, arrangements have already been made to track down profaners, some of whom have already been clearly identified.

Reopening of Dominican missions in Haiti under conditions
Roberto Álvarez the Dominican Minister of Foreign Affairs announced that the Embassy in Port-au-Prince and the consulates of the Dominican Republic in Haiti closed since September 15 will only reopen their doors once the safety of diplomatic staff is guaranteed.

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