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Mike Aurélus, an entrepreneur, and his cousin Alix Charles Édouard were shot dead and their remains burned by armed bandits in Cité Militaire. The victims, who were inside a vehicle, reportedly fell into an ambush at Cité Militaire. Two other people, including a bandit, were reportedly killed in the same area during the same day.
NOTICE : Consulate of Haiti in Montreal closed
The Consulate General of Haiti in Montreal advises the general public and the Haitian Community of Quebec in particular that its premises will be closed on Thursday, June 8, 2023, on the occasion of Corpus Christi. Consular services will resume on Monday, June 12, 2023, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The work of the HUEH stopped for the umpteenth time
The Italian-Spanish firm in charge of the reconstruction of the Hospital of the State University of Haiti (HUEH) decided to stop the work because of the insecurity reigning around the site of the new hospital. It calls for military protection capable of guaranteeing the safety of its employees.
Statement by Brian Nichols
Assistant Secretary for Western Hemisphere Affairs Brian Nichols said, "Saddened by the loss of life following severe rainfall and today's earthquake in Haiti. We commend our humanitarian partners providing emergency assistance to those affected. We continue to closely monitor the situation and stand ready to support recovery efforts."
The UN alongside Haiti
María Isabel Salvador, the Special Representative of the Secretary General expresses her emotion and her solidarity with the victims of the recent floods https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-39716-haiti-flood-flash-51-dead-18-people-missing-and-nearly-40-000-families-affected-provisional-report-updated.html and the earthquake of June 6 near Abricot (Dept. of Grand'Anse) https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-39708-haiti-flash-strong-earthquake-near-jeremie-mag-55-update-8h29.html The United Nations is alongside the Haitian authorities to come to the aid of the affected communities.
Taiwan helps rice farmers
The technical team of the REPONSE-Nne project of the Technical Mission of Taiwan (Republic of China) in Haiti visited the multi-service center of Fort Libertè in the North-East province to help the association of local rice farmers to adjust the functions of the mill. rice. This assistance will enable farmers to process rice into white rice to sell on the local market. In addition, it will allow them to directly convert agricultural products into cash, in the form of subsidies, to help increase their economic value.