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Fuel: the confrontation between PNH / gangs
Clashes continued, on Tuesday, between armed gangs and special units of the Haitian National Police for several hours in the Martissant neighborhoods at the southern entrance to Port-au-Prince. The same situation in different places leads to Cité Soleil notably Carrefour Vincent and Droyar and in the area of the oil station in Faro. Unidentified gunmen set fire to a pickup truck from the Haitian Armed Forces. Barricades of burning tires were erected on the road and trucks were placed across the road. There is no official record yet.
Fuel: Crisis Committee meeting
On Tuesday, November 9, Acting Prime Minister Ariel Henry held a meeting of the Fuel Crisis Committee, made up of the Ministry of Justice and Public Security, the Ministry of Interior and Regional Communities, the Ministry of Environment, the Ministry of Public Works and the Ministry. Economy and Finance to try to solve the problems related to the delivery of fuel to service stations and the safety of tankers once and for all.
Cap-Haïtien: littering will be expensive:
The municipality of Cap-Haitien is about to publish a municipal ordinance prohibiting anyone from dumping waste on the public motorway. A fine of 5,000 jords and imprisonment for three months will be imposed on anyone violating this regulation.
Miami: The Consulate General of Haiti is closed
The Consulate General of Haiti in Miami informed the public in general and the Haitian community in particular, that the mission will be closed on Thursday 11 November 2021 on the occasion of “Veterans Day”. The Consulate will reopen to the public as usual on Friday 12 November 2021 from 9:00 AM.
Ventre d’Art: new watches
The Arts Center advises artists, students, partner institutions, and the general public that its hours will be 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Pending a positive change in the situation in the country, please visit us only on the indicated days and write to [email protected] for urgent communications.
Canada’s new ambassador:
Foreign Minister Claude Joseph received, Tuesday, November 9, 2021, Cabinet Letters from the new Canadian Ambassador to Haiti, Mr. Sebastien Carrier.
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