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Haiti - FLASH : Canada PM announces the deployment of military ships off Haiti
17/02/2023 07:58:39

Haiti - FLASH : Canada PM announces the deployment of military ships off Haiti
Thursday, February 16, 2023, the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, concluded his visit to Nassau, The Bahamas, where he worked with leaders of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) to help address the political, humanitarian and security crisis in Haiti. He announced $10 million in new funding to protect Haitian women and children along the Haiti-Dominican Republic border.

Canada has also committed $12.3 million
to address the food and nutrition needs of vulnerable populations, help meet the safety and emergency sexual and reproductive health needs of vulnerable women and girls, prevent and respond to gender-based violence, and provide water, sanitation and hygiene to address and prevent cholera.

Also, Prime Minister Trudeau also announced that Canada has imposed additional sanctions against two Haitian elites who provide financial or operational support to gangs and are inflicting violence on the Haitian people [They are former President Jocelerme Privert and lawyer Salim Succar]. Canada will continue to provide support to bolster the capacity of the Haitian National Police to respond to the crisis, including by delivering three additional Haitian-purchased Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles. Yesterday, Canada announced that it will deploy two Royal Canadian Navy Kingston-Class ships to Haiti in the coming weeks in response to Haiti’s request [surveillance and intelligence mission] for assistance as violence continues to escalate in the country.

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