- Posted August 13, 2014 by
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
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Haiti - Diplomacy : The Ambassador of Haiti deplored the behavior of his compatriots
The Haitians and the government of Haiti must respect the right of the Dominican Republic to enforce its laws.
Referring to the events of last week, which led to the expulsion of several dozens of Haitians, under the threat of neighborhood residents of San Jose, Mina and Cristo Rey in the south of Santiago (North) in Dominican Republic (http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-2008-haiti-social-risk-of-dominican-haitian-clashes-on-january-3.html) Fritz Cinéas, Ambassador of Haiti in Dominican Republic, has deplored in the Dominican press, the behavior of his compatriots in Dominican territory, recalling that in terms of immigration, The Haitians and the government of Haiti must respect the right of the Dominican Republic to enforce its laws.
Despite these unfortunate incidents, the Ambassador of Haiti wanted to reassure on the relations between the two countries at the beginning of this year saying they "are at their best since the earthquake of January 12, 2010".