Kenya briefed the UN Security Council on the urgency of the mission in Haiti

Kenya He remembered before United Nations Security Council Urgent coordinated and sequenced action should be taken Haiti There is success.

First, he noted the need for strong multinational support with adequate resources, emphasizing funding, equipment and logistics.

In another line, the commitment of Haitian leaders and their politicians to take advantage of the time used to advance a unified political process in order to hold credible and comprehensive elections within a reasonable time.

He noted that in order to support livelihoods and strengthen comprehensive economic development in Haiti's most vulnerable neighborhoods, a multidisciplinary coordinated effort between the government and security operations, together with United Nations agencies, is needed.

In the medium term, he said, work must be done to include Haiti's specific needs in international financial reform.

Fourth, he highlighted strong public diplomacy and communication involving civil and business society to build trust.

Fifth, he insisted that it be nipped in the bud. Reducing the entry of weapons and financial support to criminal gangs In Haiti.

The Kenyan representative said that the capacity of the state to provide basic services to the most vulnerable citizens should be supported, highlighting the importance of building trust and strengthening the social contract.

Regarding the criminal justice system, he insisted that it should be continuously strengthened.

Finally, “Manage those who want to destroy the situation inside and outside of Haiti.”

It's been three months

Recalling that it had been three months since resolution 26-99 was approved, he recalled that it authorized the deployment of an international security support mission in Haiti.

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He added that the mission's mandate was to cooperate “closely” with the Haitian National Police to restore security, particularly in the fight against gangs.

He said they have made significant progress in preparing for the deployment of the mission, highlighting that they have prepared the basic documents by which the operations of the mission will be governed.

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