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Haiti | Binuh Maria I. Salvador, having discussed security in April 2023 with Ariel Henry, now speaks with the CPT on the same subject

  • May 16, 2024
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Haiti | Binuh – Maria Isabel Salvador, who had discussed security in April 2023 with Ariel Henry, is now sitting down with the CPT on the same subject getting even worse.

Thursday May 16, 2024 ((rezonodwes.com))-An important working session is being held this Thursday between the Presidential Transitional Council and the head of BINUH in Haiti, Maria Isabel Salvador, announces a tweet from the Haitian Executive at the bottom of which Internet users expressed their points of view on this umpteenth tête-à-tête between the representative of the UN Secretary and the de facto Haitian leaders.

In detail, Mr. Leblanc, coordinator of the CPT, mentions that the agenda of the discussions included resolution 2699 of the UN Security Council authorizing the deployment of the Multinational Security Support Mission in Haiti . However, it is unclear whether the reservations expressed by the Pentagon in a letter to Congress, questioning the ability of Kenyan forces, vulnerable to corruption, to assume this new responsibility beyond its African borders, were taken into account by the CPT.

Resolution 2699, which led former de facto Prime Minister Dr. Ariel Henry to sign a “reciprocity” agreement with Kenya at the end of his “illegitimate and illegal self-rule”, approved by Binuh, directly challenges the CPT, whose members still refuse to publish the content of this agreement to find out what it is exactly.

On April 17, 2023, Ms. Salvador, newly arrived in Haiti, met Dr. Ariel Henry at her residence to discuss “security”, at a time when the gangs brought together by the PHTK-Tèt Kale regime are claiming more and more victims. in society and mourn many Haitian families. A situation which is worsening with more than 2,000 deaths recorded in the first quarter of 2024, and which has led to hundreds of thousands of people being displaced outside the “lost territories”, living in unsanitary conditions and exposed to cholera.

Important working session this Thursday between the Presidential Transitional Council and the Head of BINUH in Haiti, Maria Isabel SALVADOR.

On the agenda of the discussions, Resolution 2699 of the United Nations Security Council authorizing the deployment of the Multinational Mission of… pic.twitter.com/jX3qrQJp7j

— Haiti Presidential Transitional Council (@cpthaiti) May 16, 2024