An important meeting was held last Tuesday in Port-au-Prince between Haitian Prime Minister Dr. Ariel Henry, members of the government, a Kenyan delegation, and American envoys. The aim of this meeting was to coordinate preparations for the imminent deployment of the upcoming Multinational Security Assistance Force (MMAS).
During their stay in the Haitian capital, the Kenyan delegation and US envoys held fruitful discussions with members of the Supreme Council for the Transition and the High Command of the Haitian National Police. A government source indicated that significant progress has been made in putting an end to the repeated attacks launched by bandits on the capital and its suburbs.
As part of this international cooperation, a high-level delegation from the Ministry of Justice and Public Security, as well as the Haitian National Police, will soon visit Nairobi. This visit aims to complete the necessary preparations for the imminent arrival of the security support mission.
The combined commitment of these countries demonstrates a collective desire to promote stability and security in Haiti, yet Haitian citizens are impatient to see such a deployment that would defeat the gangs that continue to terrorize residents in the Port-en-Prince metropolitan area as well as in other areas of the country including Bas -Artibonite.
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