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Haiti - Security : Martelly met some diplomats about the National Security
27/10/2011 09:49:49

Haiti - Security : Martelly met some diplomats about the National Security
The President Michel Martelly, met yesterday Wednesday, October 26, at the National Palace, Ambassadors and charges d'affaires accredited to Haiti. They are the ambassadors of France Didier Lebret, Henri Paul Normandin of Canada, Mauricio Leone Bravodu of Chili, charges d'affaires Dan Foot from the United States of America, Daniel Pinto of Brazil, Benoit Bazin of the European Union and the Chief of the Minustah, Mariano Fernández Amunátegui.

During this important meeting that took place in presence of the Prime Minister Garry Conille, some members of his Government, parliamentarians and the Director General of Police of Haiti, the Head of State met with the diplomats about the National Security "We discussed matters of public interest related to security. Soon the details will be provided to the public on this subject" announced the President Martelly.

During the meeting, the President of the Republic, reiterated its commitment to creating a stable and secure climate for investment in Haiti.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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