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Prime Minister Trudeau engages Caribbean leaders on Haiti Issue


Ottawa, 11 March 2024 (TDI): The Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau spoke with the Prime Minister of Jamaica, Andrew Holness, and the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley on 10 March 2024 to discuss the Haiti Conflict and CARICOM’s role in Haiti-Led solutions to the conflict.

The 46th Regular meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) had a significant role in the Haiti-led solution to the conflict on 25 February 2024.

According to reports, Prime Minister Trudeau spoke with the Prime Minister of Jamaica, Holiness. The leaders discussed the deteriorating security situation in Haiti and their commitment to working with partners to re-establish Peace and Security in the country.

Both leaders emphasized the significance of the United Nations-authorized Multinational Security Support mission to maintain peace and stability in Haiti.

Moreover, the Prime Minister committed to supporting the Haitian National Police and members of CARICOM as they are playing their role in this mission.

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Prime Minister Trudeau expressed his gratitude for Jamaica’s agreement to host a dialogue with Haitian stakeholders on 11 March 2024.

Additionally, he committed to supporting Haiti for the restoration of democratic order through free and fair elections. And maintain peace and democracy in Haiti through dialogue. 

Moreover, Prime Minister Trudeau, is committed to supporting CARICOM, the United Nations, and the international community to help Haiti.

At last, both leaders had a discussion on shared priorities and bilateral relations.

Prime Minister Trudeau talks with Barbados Prime Minister

According to reports, “Prime Minister Trudeau talked with Barbados Prime Minister Mottley to discuss the Haiti situation. And CARICOM’s important role in advancing the Haitian-led solution to the conflict”. 

As Barbados is a member of CARICOM, Prime Minister Trudeau expressed his appreciation for the CARICOM-hosted dialogue with Haitian Stakeholders on 11 March 2024.

Both leaders committed to supporting the restoration of democratic order in Haiti through unrestricted and acceptable elections.

Furthermore, both leaders agreed to the United Nations-authorized Multinational Support Security mission to support the Haiti National Police to maintain peace and security for civilians.

Lastly, both leaders had a discussion on bilateral relations between Canada and agreed to remain in connection as the situation in Haiti continues to evolve. 

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