Chancellor Haiti denies flood of Haitians to DR by exit of MINUSTAH


At his address during the ceremony of delivery of 11,593 passports to undocumented Haitian citizens in the Dominican republic, Haiti's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Antonio Rodrigue rejected the notions that a "mass influx" of Haitian nationals into the Dominican Republic will take place after the complete withdrawal of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti ( MINUSTAH). Rodrigue said that such a scenario is not possible, because the Haitian National Police guarantees the security of his side of the border

The highest diplomat of the Haitian government said that the departure of MINUSTAH did not weaken the country's border security in any way, because all necessary measures were being taken to ensure a continued stability at the border.

The diplomat was categorical and emphasized that the Dominican Republic should not worry about MINUSTAH leaving his country.

Last week, the Minister of Defense of the Dominican Republic, Lieutenant General Rubén Darío Paulino Sem, denied media suggestions that the Departure of the United Nations Security  forces in Haiti will pose a security threat to the Dominican republic. 

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The coordinator of the PIDIH, the Minister Counselor Miousemine Celestino Myrthil, informed that they will continue to deliver more passport to the other people who requested, "we assume the commitment of President Jovenel Moise to give passports to our citizens living in the Dominican Republic. Have patience and come to pick up your document on the date and time announced in the press, " he concluded.

Finally, Chancellor Rodrigue thanked the Dominican government for extending the Haitians who were unable to register on time in the National Regularization Plan.