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Haiti - Politic : Haitian crisis: Joint declaration of CARICOM Heads of Government
10/07/2023 09:59:07

Haiti - Politic : Haitian crisis: Joint declaration of CARICOM Heads of Government
At the 45th Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Heads of Government discussed the crisis in Haiti and issued a statement :

Joint Statement on Haiti :

"Heads of Government deliberated over the complex crisis enveloping Haiti, and expressed their grave concern over the deep humanitarian, security and governance crises.

In that regard, they noted the need for the immediate creation of a Humanitarian and Security Stabilization Corridor under the mandate of a United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Resolution, and agreed to seek support from international partners to help finance its establishment and the strengthening of security in Haiti.

Heads of Government are of the view that approaches should be made to Rwanda, Kenya and other willing international partners to support the strengthening of the Haitian National Police (HNP) and the establishment of the corridor.

They welcomed the statement by the Prime Minister of Haiti that he will not seek election but will head a Transition Government to secure the arrangements to transition the country from the security and humanitarian crises until the holding of credible, free, and fair elections.

Heads of Government acknowledged that the CARICOM Eminent Persons Group (EPG) will continue to work with the Haitian Government and stakeholders in their efforts to find a Haitian led solution to the crisis."

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