Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Panama search fore resolutions to Haiti conflict
(MENAFN) On Wednesday, Sep. 22 the Dominican Republic's Foreign Minister Roberto Alvarez stated that leaders of Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, and Panama have commanded their foreign ministers to reach sustainable resolutions to the Haiti conflict.
Alvarez said to reporters at UN Headquarters that President Carlos Alvarado of Costa Rica, President Laurentino Cortizo Cohen of Panama, and President Luis Abinader Corona of the Dominican Republic convened in New York on the marginal of the high-level week of the UN General Assembly and made the commands.
The three heads of state inked a communication, which announced to reporters by Alvarez.
The communication stated that they voiced their profound concern over the conflict in Haiti and its increasing effect on the region, mainly the grave migratory outcomes.
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