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Shooting at Croix-des-Bouquets
Saturday, April 24, around 2:00 p.m. the police at Croix-des-Bouquets thwarted a hold-up at the CAM transfer of the city, which men armed with assault rifles were preparing to attack. Alerted by the gunfire, a police officer rushed up and fired in their direction, joined by other colleagues. The bandits fled and a agent slightly injured in the shootout was taken to hospital.
Chilean Visa granting process suspended
Friday. April 23, the Embassy of Chile in Haiti informed that the process of granting Chilean Visa has been suspended until further notice. The appointments that had been made on the internet are maintained. It should be noted that under a new migration law Chile offers qualified applicants the possibility of obtaining temporary residence for a period of one year.
President Jovenel Electric
“This Sunday I visited Cerca-Carvajal. I am pleased to announce to the residents of this long marginalized community that they will soon be benefiting from uninterrupted electricity. Cerca-Carvajal will be connected from the new Saint-Raphaël power station. During a visit to Carice, I noticed that the construction of the electricity grid is incomplete. The competent authorities have already received formal instructions in order to finalize the work, including those of the hybrid power plant which is to be inaugurated in June” Jovenel Moïse adding “The localities of Dupity, Grosse Roche, Bois de Laurence and Laguanithe do not have an electricity network. I therefore instruct EDH and ANARSE to take all necessary measures so that these communities are electrified as soon as possible.”
Cooperation Haiti – Salvador
On Thursday April 22, Ambassador of Haiti Smith Augustin to the Dominican Republic received a courtesy visit from his counterpart from El Salvador, Oscar Armando Toledo. Cooperation in the fields of citizen security, education, culture and trade were the subjects raised by the two ambassadors who agreed to meet again to follow up on the issues raised.
USA : Over 80,000 Haitians live in Georgia
The Haitian community in Georgia in the United States has over 80,000 members including Haitian-Americans. A number that could be higher once the results of the 2020 census are released, informed Consul General of Haiti Roudelyne Nogar Jean in Atlanta.
The documentary “Ainsi Parla la Mer” awarded
The Documentary “Thus Parla la Mer” by Haitian filmmaker Arnold Antonin was awarded as best medium and short documentary and also received the Sustainable Development Award 37th Montreal International Festival of African Films.