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Haiti - FLASH : The PM will go to Nairobi to sign the agreement for the Support Mission to the PNH
26/02/2024 08:39:45

Haiti - FLASH : The PM will go to Nairobi to sign the agreement for the Support Mission to the PNH
Sunday February 25, 2024, Prime Minister a.i. Ariel Henry Ariel left Port-au-Prince for Georgetown (Guyana), to participate in the 46th ordinary meeting of Caricom Heads of State and Government which takes place from 25 to February 28, 2024.

The participation of Caribbean countries in the deployment of the Multinational Security Support Mission (MSS) was on the agenda, as well as other subjects of national interest, during this meeting devoted in particular to the economy, the single market and free movement.

On the sidelines of this meeting, the head of government will participate in several panels, as well as bilateral meetings with Heads of State and Government of several countries in the region.

At the end of this Caricom meeting, Ariel Henry will make an official visit to Nairobi, Kenya, to finalize the modalities for the deployment of the Multinational Security Support Mission (MMSS) with Kenyan authorities and other countries of the African continent and signed the necessary reciprocity agreement for the High Court of Justice in Nairobi.

In the absence of the Prime Minister, the interim is provided by the Minister of Economy and Finance, Mr. Michel Patrick Boisvert.

The CARICOM President sounds alarm on need for firm action from CARICOM to address situation in Haiti.

Irfaan Ali, the new Acting President of CARICOM and President of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, during his opening speech estimated that "tough measures" are necessary to restore peace and stability in Haiti. He stressed that difficult decisions are now necessary to help Haiti emerge from its current state of social, political and economic turmoil.

"Sometimes as a region, [when] we are in tough positions, we have to take tough measures. But always, the region’s toughness is always in the interest of the region’s people; that is fundamental for the region," declared the President of CARICOM adding

"We are committed as a region in ensuring that the people of Haiti can also realize their full potential in peace, security and with good governance. We owe this to the people of Haiti."

The outgoing President of CARICOM and Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, declared "Haiti needs the support of everyone in this world; every country in this world, and I do not believe we have the time or the luxury of time to continue talking about helping Haiti, we need to help Haiti yesterday"

HL/ S/ HaitiLibre

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