Haiti and Dominican Republic resume talks on controversial Constitutional Court ruling

CARACAS, Venezuela -- Haiti and the Dominican Republic have agreed to establish a joint commission to discuss the Dominican Denationalization issue... Haiti President Michel Martelly Dominican President Danilo Medina met on Tuesday on the sidelines of a meeting of the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas (ALBA) and of PetorCaribe...


Venezuela - President Martelly saluant President Dominicain Danilo Medina sous le regard du President Venezuelien Nicolas Maduro

The meeting was chaired by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

"I announce the creation of a high-level committee with representatives of both sides to address various issues on the bilateral agenda," Maduro said, adding that the joint commission would comprise five representatives each from the two countries.

He said Venezuela, the United Nations, the European Union and the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) have been invited as observers.

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Fanfan says...

Haiti exige le retrait du jugement discriminatoire et raciste de la République Dominicaine avant toute rencontre sur tout suget d'intérêt aux deux

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Legrand Parisien Salvant says...

A mistake...

This is a way for DR to lessen the international pressure on the

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