Latin American chancellors agree to seek solution to Haitian crisis


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Feb 20, 2019

Speaking for the foreign ministers meeting for the First Meeting of Iberoamerican Foreign Relations Ministers in Santo Domingo, Chilean Foreign Minister Andres Allamand, told the press that the ministers would work together to contribute to solutions to the current crisis in Haiti. Allamand was elected secretary-general of the new dialogue group.

Dominican Foreign Minister Roberto Alvarez was the host for the event held at the Hotel El Embajador in Santo Domingo.

The representatives of 22 Latin American countries, Spain and Portugal agreed in an unanimous vote to seek a workable solution to the issues in Haiti. The ministers also called for more multilateral relations to reach agreements and consensus on new ideas to help recover from the economic downturn associated with the Covid-19 virus pandemic.

In the Declaration, they agreed to work together on key...

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