Kenya sends advance mission to Haiti

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Haiti Times reports that a mission from Kenya landed in Port-au-Prince on last week as part of preparations for the upcoming arrival of the controversial Multinational Mission to Support Security (MSS) the United Nations approved two months ago.

As reported, the delegation had met on Tuesday, 5 December 2023 with Haitian acting Prime Minister Ariel Henry and government members. The delegation also met with members of the Haitian High Council of the Transition (HCT), namely Mirlande Hyppolite Manigat, Calix Fleuridor and Laurent St Cyr. The Kenyans also had a working session with the high command of the Haitian National Police.

The United Nations representative in Haiti, Ulrika Richardson, has indicated that the multinational force that Kenis will head is expected to arrive in Haiti in the first quarter of 2024.

However, according to the press release from the...

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Ecoman1949

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Finally, some tangible proof the initiative is not dead. They may turn tail and bail out quickly or stay and try to bring some semblance of order. Either way, it’s going to be interesting. The Police label is a euphemism for these guys. A mercenary by any other name is still a mercenary. Kenyan citizens are well aware of that fact.
 
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The stuff of which movies are made. Of course it would have to be made in the DR.

Soon to be more failed efforts to right the ship, wastes of time, effort, money and lives to try and fix the unrepairable.

There are still major doubts that any significant number of mercenaries will be sent from Kenya or anywhere else.
 
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