iciHaiti – Politic: The PM talks with the American Ambassador Michèle Sison
Saturday, October 9, Prime Minister ai Ariel Henry received at his official residence, the Ambassador of the United States, Mrs. Michèle Sison who is at the end of her mission in Haiti. It was an opportunity for the Prime Minister to discuss the solid relations between the two countries, and at the same time to thank the American Government for its commitment to Haiti.
With Ambassador Sison, the Prime Minister spoke about the mistreatment inflicted on our compatriots in Del Rio in Texas https://www.haitilibre.com/article-34807-haiti-politique-le-dhs-ne-tolere-pas -les-abus-contre-les-migrants.html, the international community’s request for support to the Government to fight insecurity, for the recovery and reconstruction of the southern peninsula devastated by the earthquake of August 14 https: / /www.haitilibre.com/article-34681-haiti-seisme-dernier-bilan-de-la-protection-civile.html
The Prime Minister took the opportunity to remind the Diplomat of his mission, which is “to organize free, honest, democratic and non-partisan elections in 2022 …”
In addition, Ambassador Sison delivered a message before her departure:
Message from Ambassador Sison:
“When I arrived in February 2018, I said that I had started my diplomatic career in Port-au-Prince in the 1980s and that I had always remembered the warm welcome from the Haitian people, the Haiti’s natural beauty, Haiti’s unique culture and proud history. It was an honor to serve here as the United States Ambassador. As I prepare to return to Washington, I remember this statement I made on my arrival in February 2018: “Haiti and the United States have in common a strong commitment to freedom, to democracy. and the rule of law … The United States has enormous respect for the Haitian people and we are proud of our partnership. Haiti and the United States share a long history of close relations and our futures are closely linked. ” I firmly believe these words are still true today. “
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