Ariel Henry Reaffirms Haiti’s Inalienable Right to Use Shared Water Resources
Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry met with authorities in the northeast of the country on Wednesday to address the current border crisis, primarily focused on the use of shared water resources. During the meeting, the Prime Minister reiterated Haiti’s inalienable right to utilize these water resources in accordance with existing agreements.
He emphasized the importance of cooperation between different regions of the country to ensure equitable access to these vital resources.
The central concern in the crisis is the management of water resources, crucial for agriculture, clean water supply, and economic development. Ariel Henry emphasized the need to avoid any unilateral decisions that could escalate tensions and compromise regional stability.