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Haiti - Reconstruction : The airport of Cap Haitien requires expropriations
28/04/2012 11:38:57

Haiti - Reconstruction : The airport of Cap Haitien requires expropriations
Friday, Laurent Lamothe, the Minister of Foreign Affairs also Prime Minister-designate, onsite for the inauguration of the inauguration of the Fundamental School of Application - Pedagogical Support Center (EFACAP) of Cap Haitien, took advantage of the event to provide an update on the work of Airport of Cap Haitien and the project of increase by two of the electrical capacity of a city.

"The airport expansion at a cost of $33 million, is a donation of Venezuelan government. This will be done by the firm ALBA-Bolivariana, which has promised to give us the airport in February 2013 [...] There are expropriations to be made, to ensure that American Airlines can fly directly to Cap Haitien, and if my information is correct, the Secretary of State Philippe Cinéas, will come on Monday in the city of Cap, to work on these expropriations, so that the airport can move forward [...]

concerning the electricity of the city, we have negotiated with the Government of Venezuela for it increase by two the current capacity of 13.6 MW, they will send specialized firms to increase the electrical capacity of the city..."

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