Anthony Blinken Calls for Urgent Political Transition in Haiti

Anthony Blinken Calls for Urgent Political Transition in Haiti

U.S. Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, has made a strong statement advocating for an immediate political transition in Haiti. During his recent meeting with Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry, Blinken emphasized the urgency of accelerating the process towards a more inclusive and expansive government.

This declaration comes amidst persistent turmoil in Haiti, exacerbated by the actions of armed gangs that have spread terror throughout the country. Brian Nichols, spokesperson for the U.S. Department of State, publicly disclosed this information on Thursday, March 7, firmly denouncing the current situation.

According to sources close to the matter, a decision regarding governance in Haiti is expected to be announced this Friday. The country has been in autopilot mode for several days now, as political and social tensions continue to escalate.

Blinken’s statement underscores the crucial importance for Haiti to establish a government capable of addressing the needs of its population and restoring stability in the country. The United States, as key partners, appear determined to support this transition process towards a more democratic and inclusive governance in Haiti.


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