Leaders of the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica and Panama yesterday proposed emergency measures in support of Haiti, including disarming the population and pacifying and strengthening security.
In a joint statement signed yesterday by Louis Abinader from the Dominican Republic; Carlos Alvarado of Costa Rica and Laurentino Cortizo of Panama should make a special call to the United States to join in a joint solution to the immigration problem.
“We reaffirm our deep concern over the challenges posed by the political, economic, social, food and security crisis in the Republic of Haiti,” they said, referring to the participation of Haitian officials in the international community. Should be immediately involved in the development and implementation of these activities.
The proposals are proposed to the international community with the support of organizations such as the ECLAC and the UNDP, as well as a comprehensive sustainable development plan for Haiti. For job creation.
Reunion in Dominican
The leaders promised to hold the next meeting of member states of the Alliance for the Advancement of Democracy on December 10 this year in the Dominican Republic. .
“We highlight the importance of the Coalition to stimulate economic growth, for which we advise Foreign Trade Ministers on the integration of the Dominican Republic and the integration and operation of the European Republic with Foreign Trade, with the participation of the private sector as a partner, scheduled for the end of 2021.
At the Presidential Palace in Los Carsas, located in the old city of Panama Capital, a joint declaration facing the Gulf of Panama was signed.
The leaders expressed their concern over the growing irregular migration flow in these three countries as never before, and considered the need to immediately address this issue under a comprehensive approach and the shared responsibility of all countries in the established region. Appearance, traffic and destination are a path, so they can not face this challenge in solitude.
The value of solidarity and regional cooperation paved the way for leaders to exchange best practices and find solutions to the common challenges they face.
They propose to identify strategic areas of cooperation and functional lines that support an effective response to the post-Covit-19 recovery process.
They urged developing countries to raise one-time concession funds for post-epidemic recovery and increase the quality and quantity of funding for climate adaptation and digital technology change.
They also highlighted the impact of climate change, pollution and the loss of biodiversity to major challenges.
The leaders expressed their concern about the political crisis and the deterioration of human rights in Nicaragua, and acknowledged that the development of the electoral process to date has not fulfilled the guarantees of free, fair, inclusive and transparent elections in other regions. Problems
On September 22, within the framework of the Coalition for the Development of Democracy, the three presidents released a joint statement in which they expressed their deep concern about the crisis in Haiti and its growing impact on the region. They advocated for the international community for drastic migration effects and solutions for that country.
Travel to Panama.
President Louis Abinader flew to Panama on a business plane at 8:05 a.m. yesterday and was received on arrival by Panamanian Deputy Foreign Minister Dyra Garriso Castilleros and Dominican Ambassador to Panama Robert Polonko.
The president was scheduled to return to the Dominican Republic after midnight on a commercial flight from the Panamanian airline Copa.