Dominican Foreign Minister to go to the UN to follow up on the situation in Haiti

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Roberto Álvarez will request the deployment of the Multinational Security Support Force.

Dominican Foreign Minister Roberto Álvarez will participate for the tenth time in the regular meeting of the United Nations Security Council to address the Haitian crisis and will once again insist on the need to comply with the resolutions of this body on sanctions, arms embargo and the deployment of the Multinational Security Support Force in Haiti.

Through a press release, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs informed that this meeting is scheduled to take place this Monday, April 22, at 3:00 in the afternoon in New York City, headquarters of the United Nations.

Chancellor Alvarez will be accompanied at the meeting by the Dominican ambassador to the UN, José Blanco.

It is recalled that last January, Minister Roberto Alvarez went to this UN body to warn that “while awaiting the deployment of this multinational mission, Haiti is on the brink of the abyss”.

María Isabel Salvador, special envoy of the UN Secretary General for Haiti, and Catherine Russell, executive director of UNICEF, will also participate in this new session.

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