The international community calls for a truce in Haiti in the face of the humanitarian crisis
On Tuesday, the international community called for a truce in Haiti to allow the distribution of fuel and necessary goods, given the humanitarian crisis that the country is going through after the blockade by armed groups of the main oil terminal.
Canada’s Ambassador to Haiti, Sébastien Carrière, reported that OAS countries and several international organizations have jointly called for a truce in the country.
“The ambassadors and representatives in Haiti of Germany, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Spain, the United States, France, Japan, Mexico, Switzerland, Taiwan, he European Union, the United Nations and the Organization of American States are very concerned about the blockade of the Varreux terminal, as well as its humanitarian impact, particularly in the context of the resurgence of cholera,” Carrière announced.
“We demand an immediate humanitarian truce that allows the release of fuel for urgent needs,” the diplomat tweeted.
The OAS and the Ambassador to Haiti, Fabrice Mauriès, expressed themselves in the same way through the same social network.