Haiti - News : Zapping...
The Communication Office of the Ministry of Defense formally denies the false allegations disseminated by certain digital media "[...] Attached to the principles of ethics of republican values, the Ministry of Defense has never, nor never intends made a pact with outlaw individuals and groups who, through terrorist acts, paralyze the proper functioning of the country."
Volley Norceca Cup : Haiti swept away by Mexico
Thursday, October 6, as part of the Norceca Pan-American Cup taking place in Havana (Cuba), the selection of Haiti Volleyball U-21, after qualifying for the 1/4 finals https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-37820-icihaiti-norceca-pan-american-cup-volleyball-victory-against-nicaragua-our-grenadiers-qualified-in-the-1-4-finals.html bowed to Mexico by 3 sets to zero [24-26, 18-25 and 17-25]
Les Cayes : UNICEF warehouse looted
Thursday, October 6, 2022, members of the population of Simon (7km from Les Cayes) ransacked and looted a depot belonging to UNICEF in which school and medical kits were stored. Building materials from the “Nira Variété” store were also stored in the same hangar. The police managed to recover some of the building materials from the hands of the looters.
The Office of Communication of the Primature formally and categorically denies the information conveyed on social networks, according to which the Prime Minister, Dr. Ariel Henry, has resigned. These are purely and simply strategies of fabrications, intoxication, orchestrated by ill-intentioned individuals, aimed at sowing trouble and confusion.
OAS : Resolving the Security Crisis in Haiti
Thursday, October 6 Luis Almagro, the Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS) during a meeting on Haiti with the Ministers of Foreign Affairs Mélanie Joly (Canada), Jean Victor Généus (Haiti) and the Secretary of State American Antony Blinken declared that Haiti must seek urgent assistance from the international community to help resolve the security crisis and determine the characteristics of the international security forces.
FIFA World : Haiti moves up one place...
In the latest FIFA world ranking published Thursday, October 6, 2022, Haiti advances by a small place, going from 88th to 87th place with 1,269.07. Regionally, Haiti remains in 10th position. Next FIFA World Ranking December 22, 2022.