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19/05/2024 11:32:58

Haiti - News : Zapping...

Consulate of Haiti in Montreal closed

The Consulate General of Haiti in Montreal advises the Haitian Community of Quebec in particular and the public in general that its premises will be closed on Monday, May 20, 2024, on the occasion of Victoria Day and Patriots’ Day. Consular services will resume on Tuesday May 21, 2024, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

221st Flag Day, messages:

Martine Moïse:

“On May 18, after so many struggles, we won and created our two-tone, symbol of our resistance. Despite the times of great distress that we face today, let us always remember, Haitians my brothers, of this great and new challenge that awaits us. A country does not die,” Martine Moïse

American Embassy :

“The United States Embassy wishes all Haitians a happy Flag Day.”

Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau :

“With the abolition of slavery, the independence of Haiti marked a historic victory. Today, Haitians celebrate Haitian Flag Day, a symbol of strength. Canada will always support Haitians, who continue to demonstrate this strength in the face of adversity. »

United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti (BINUH) :

BINUH wishes a happy holiday to all Haitians, who are celebrating the 221st anniversary of the creation of their flag, this May 18. Beyond the historical and symbolic value of the flag, the Haitian people are eager to see the security situation improve to continue moving toward the return of democracy, development and stability.

630 tonnes of food for Cité Soleil

After a 2-month blockade, the World Food Program (WFP) regained access to Cité Soleil, one of the most vulnerable and insecure areas in Haiti. Over the past week, food deliveries have poured in and by the end of the two-week operation, 630 tonnes of food will have been distributed to more than 95,000 people.

219th of the Flag Day : 3 Presidential Advisors in the North

This May 18, 2024, the historic city of Cap-Haïtien commemorated the 221st anniversary of the creation of our two-tone. This event, marked by patriotism and national pride, brought together high dignitaries and citizens from all walks of life to honor this emblematic symbol of independence and Haitian resilience which was marked by the participation of 3 presidential advisors (Emmanuel Vertilaire, Smith Augustin and Fritz Alphonse Jean), emphasizing the importance given by this new administration to this historic event and the commemoration of the national heritage.

Delmas: Vast cleaning and garbage collection operation

Mayor Wilson Jeudy launched a vast cleaning and garbage collection operation. Indeed, our technicians work with tireless enthusiasm, actively contributing to preserving our precious environment. More than twenty trucks were mobilized for this operation, in different locations in the town, including Delmas 17.

HL/ HaitiLibre



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