The United States has asked member states of the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States to decide on the composition and when to send the OAS mission to Haiti, the Miami Herald reported.
Miami, May 13, 2021. The United States of America is in favor of sending the Organization of American States (OAS) mission to Haiti to support the political dialogue that will lead to an exit from the crisis.
At the General Virtual Meeting of the OAS Permanent Council on Wednesday, May 12, 2021, the United States asked member states to act quickly to determine the composition and date of its distribution.
According to the American newspaper, during these meetings, the Haitian representative, Ambassador Bochit Edmund, hoped that the member countries of the hemisphere would come to the composition of this mission.
He attacked Ronald Sanders, Ambassador of Antigua and Barbuda to the OAS, accusing him of trying to destabilize Haiti.
“I have no personal agenda, my only concern is that all the other member states of the OAS share and that it is about democracy, peace, security and the human rights of the Haitian people,” Ronald Sanders responded.
The diplomats who attended this virtual meeting welcomed the request made by Haiti for the mission. However, they expressed their uncertainty about how to move forward while agreeing with America to act faster.
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