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After the Bahamas and Jamaica, the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Brown says he is ready to join the intervention force in Haiti "The government is ready to deploy troops in Haiti", reports the newspaper "Jamaica Gleaner". Several other African countries, including Senegal, would also be willing to participate in this force. To be continued...
3 farmers murdered by a gang
Friday, August 5 in the early morning in the Artibonite, three farmers were murdered at "Kafou Pèy" as they went to the field by men from the "Gran Grif" gang of Savien according to testimonies...
US optimistic about Security Council vote
Friday, August 4th, 2023, Barbara Feinstein, Under Secretary of State for Caribbean Affairs, said in a virtual press briefing that the United States intends to "strongly and solidly" support the multinational force that should be deployed in Haiti, whether "in personnel, equipment, training or other assistance in kind..." Regarding the adoption of the American resolution authorizing the deployment of a non-UN international force in Haiti, she affirms that the United States is very optimistic for its adoption.
Canada ready to "work with Kenya"
Canada said it was ready "to work with Kenya" and all participating countries to ensure the success of the imminent reconnaissance mission and any possible subsequent deployment, under the mandate of the United Nations Security Council.
2 former P.M. salute the countries ready to help Haiti
Former Prime Ministers Joseph Jouthe and Evans Paul welcome the willingness of several foreign countries to help resolve the insecurity crisis in Haiti through a non-UN multinational force.
5 senior officials invited by the courts
Five senior officials : Ministers Ricard Pierre (Planning), and Michel Patrick Boisvert (Economy), Directors General Amos Zéphirin (interior), Guito Edouard (DINEPA,) and Jeantel JOSEPH (ANAP), are also invited as witnesses to the office of judge Walter Wesser Voltaire.