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"The Armed Forces of Haiti (FAd'H), while deploring the events that have taken place in recent days in the country, causing the death of police officers fallen on the battlefield, sympathize with the pain of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) as well as that of their families. They take this opportunity to bring all their solidarity to the PNH while waiting to receive from the authorities the means and materials necessary to more effectively assist the Police Institution to solve the problem of banditry which plagues the country and prevents the population from going about its activities freely."
"An international force in Haiti is inevitable"
Friday in Santiago, the former Dominican President Léonel Fernandez declared that the deployment of an international force in Haiti is inevitable considering "[...] the collapse of the Haitian State will not be able on its own to restore order."
Anti-gang fight : El Salvador will open an office in PAP
Vice-President of El Salvador Félix Ulloa announced this week "El Salvador will help Haiti, by setting up a cooperation office in Port-au-Prince, with the objective of reducing high crime rates". To this end, El Salvador will make available its experience on crime reduction attributed to its territorial control plan and the measure of the emergency regime, implemented to "combat" gangs.
Bahamian diplomats took refuge in the DR
The Bahamian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the seven Bahamian diplomats, including the Chargé d'Affaires' wife, left Haiti by helicopter on Friday, January 27, bound for the Dominican Republic See also : https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-38717-icihaiti-insecurity-embassies-and-consulates-are-closing-in-haiti.html
"The Organization of American States (OAS) presents its condolences to the families, to the National Police of Haiti (PNH), and to all the brave colleagues of these valiant police officers, whom the bandits killed in the commune of Liancourt. The OAS will continue to stand by the Haitian people and will always support their efforts in the fight against the influence of these lawless bandits."
Need for social projects in the North
During a meeting with the Administrative Councilors of the Communal Section (CASEC) and community leaders from the North, the Ministers Luz Kurta Cassandra François (tourism) and Michel Patrick Boisvert (Economy and Finance) mentioned the need for the Government to land with social projects in the area as part of the strategy to ensure the survival of the project to operate the tourist port of Labadee.
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