Monday, September 25

The United States’ call for international action in Haiti

The crisis in Haiti is causing deep concern within the international community. Brian Nichols, the U.S. Under Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, recently expressed his concern about the rising gang violence in the country.

In a statement made on Monday, he announced that the United States is seeking to secure a resolution from the United Nations Security Council aimed at deploying a multinational force to Haiti to address this crisis. The current situation in Haiti is alarming, marked by an escalation of gang violence, mass kidnappings, political unrest, and a steadily worsening humanitarian crisis.

Brian Nichols emphasized the urgent need to act swiftly to halt this spiral of violence that threatens the country’s stability and the well-being of its population.

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