The US government has more than US$60 million available for Haiti, through USAID’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, to address the humanitarian crisis, the cholera epidemic and food insecurity in the country. that are ravaging the country, this was announced by the US Under Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere, Brian Nichols, announced at the end of a visit to Haiti, this Thursday, March 9.
In the words of Brian Nichols, “the United States is accompanying the national police to solve the problem of insecurity in Haiti. »
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“We condemn, in the strongest terms, the violent gang activity that resulted in the deaths of police officers in January, and we extend our sincere condolences to the families and friends of all the police officers killed in the incident. performing their duties,” said Brian Nichols.
US Under Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere, Brian Nichols, during his visit to the country, met with the High Transitional Council, representatives of the Diplomatic Corps, the Chief of Police and leaders of the Catholic Church, among others.