Dominican Republic will give extensive aid to Haiti


Reinforce technological and physical controls at the border Santo Domingo, DR  The presidents of the Dominican Republic, Luis Abinader, and of Haiti, Jovenel Moïse, signed nine agreements in which they commit to confronting the irregular migratory flow and the issues of trade, maritime borders, sovereignty, health, and others common to both nations that share the island of Hispaniola. In a joint statement as a result of their meeting last Sunday at the southern border, Abinader and Moïse commit to taking the appropriate measures, each country in its territory, to deploy cutting-edge technologies that facilitate the elimination of irregular migratory flow, trafficking, and human trafficking, arms flow, drug trafficking and theft of cattle, among other illegal activities. “Work to obtain the necessary financing for the adoption of a training and support […]

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