Haiti Foreign Affairs

Haiti Protests: Core Group stays stop the violence to force elected officials to resign

The Core Group says the acts of violence in Haiti seeking to provoke the resignation of legitimate authorities in the country do now have their place in the democratic process.

US Embassy in Haiti asks Haitian politicians to clean up their acts!

The U.S. Embassy in Haiti urges Haitian Politicians, "all parties and leaders to work together to move the political dialogue forward in ways that advance the interests and aspirations of the Haitian people."

Kenneth Merten tells the Haitian Opposition: You want to rule the country? Win the next elections!

In a bombshell interview to Voice of American Creole Wednesday, Kenneth Merten made it clear to those who are asking President Jovenel to leave office: "This is why we have elections, so that, if the people are not satisfied they can elect other people in office."

SCANDAL at the Haitian Embassy in DR : Dominicans issued Haitian passports for easy travel to Chile

There is a big scandal at the Haitian embassy in the Dominican Republic. Members of the diplomatic staff have been issuing Haitian passports to Dominican citizens to facilitate their travel to Chile.

FLASH: Washington wants to create more jobs in Haiti, especially for the young people

In an interview, Ambassador Sison told Voice of America Kreyol that Washington is working with the Haitian government to set up an economic development program to help create more jobs in Haiti, especially for young Haitian people, to avoid further uprisings like the one that hit by the capital on 6, 7 and July 8th.

What if President Trump causes oil prices to go up in the world, what does that mean for Haiti?

I just read a disturbing article about how US president Trump is about to send world oil prices soaring even higher... First thing that comes to my mind is: What does that mean for Haiti?

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says Haiti's growth outlook remains positive

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says Haiti's growth outlook remains positive: GDP growth has accelerated slightly to reach about 2 percent, supported by public investment.

Dominican senator accused of ripping off Haiti sanctioned by Trump administration

Dominican Republic senator Félix Ramon Bautista Rosario, accused of making millions of dollars in Haiti from reconstruction projects after the earthquake that he never completed, has been sanctioned by the Trump administration for engaging in corrupt acts related to the rebuilding of Haiti.

Haiti and Taiwan sign a joint document to further bilateral cooperation in multiple fields

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen and Haiti President Jovenel Moise signed a joint communique Tuesday to further bilateral cooperation in multiple fields to benefit the people of both countries.

Haiti in a diplomatic tug of war with China and Taiwan

Haiti is in a rare position of strength as China and Taiwan engage in a global tug-of-war over diplomatic allegiances, a Mimai Herald article says.