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Blinken affirms support for Presidential Transitional Council in conversation with Caricom president

  • April 1, 2024
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US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had a crucial conversation today with President Irfaan Ali, during a meeting aimed at strengthening US support for Haiti. This was reported by the spokesperson for the American State Department.

The support of the international community for the Haitian Presidential Transitional Council as well as the commitment to the multinational security support mission were at the heart of the debates.

The United States, keen to consolidate its collaboration with the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), expressed its appreciation for the existing partnership, we can read in the tweet from State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller

These exchanges mark a significant step in efforts to bring stability and sustainable development to Haiti.

This conversation comes at a time when uncertainties hover over the installation of the presidential council that allies of Dr. Ariel Henry are trying to discredit, by advocating, in a letter addressed to Caricom on Sunday, a president from the Court of Cassation.

To try to calm things down, the government hastened to release a press release this Monday, April 1.
“The Council of Ministers, chaired by Prime Minister Ariel Henry, is working for a peaceful transfer of responsibilities to the Presidential Transitional Council, as quickly as possible,” announces the resigning government which informs that the Council of Ministers will immediately ask CARICOM to transmit to him the political agreement signed between the different sectors which constitute the Interim Presidential Council. “In the absence of being able to refer to the Constitution and the laws of the Republic, the said agreement will serve as a reference for the drafting of the Decree. », Indicates the press release.

Par Gazette Haiti News

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