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Haiti - Canada : Prime Minister Trudeau mentions contributions amounting to $74M
22/09/2023 08:57:14

Haiti - Canada : Prime Minister Trudeau mentions contributions amounting to $74M
At his participation in the 78th Session of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly (UNGA) high-level week, Prime Minister Trudeau met with international partners to advance stability and sustainable development in Haiti.

He highlighted Canada’s ongoing support to Haiti and announced $45 million to help feed school children through the World Food Programme and $3 million to strengthen the judicial system in the country through the UN Development Programme’s Basket Fund on Justice.

He also announced the allocation of almost $26 million in previously announced funds to strengthen elements of the Haitian National Police. The Prime Minister commended the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) for its ongoing leadership in addressing the needs of the Haitian people. He reiterated Canada’s support for inclusive political dialogue that allows for Haitian-led solutions to the crises, and he highlighted Canada’s commitment to pressuring those responsible for violence and instability, including through additional sanctions announced today on three members of Haiti’s economic elite.

While in New York City, Prime Minister Trudeau had a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister of Haiti Ariel Henry.

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