They fear kidnapping: no trace of Dominican trade liaison in Haiti

Santo Domingo, DR.

Carlos Guillen Tatis, the Dominican trade coordinator for the embassy in Haiti, has been missing since Friday while traveling on the road from Port-au-Prince to the Dominican Republic, his relatives told the newspaper.

Guillen Tatis leaves Puerto Principe on Friday for the Dominican Republic, and all contact with him was severed along the way, the diplomat’s son – in – law, Yohan Doñé, commented in a newspaper interview.

Listin contacted a source who said he had nothing to do with the diplomats, that they were pursuing the issue in conjunction with the Dominican embassy, ​​and that it was not prudent to issue any statement at this time.

Another official advised that in the absence of communication, the immediate suspicion was certainly likely to be dispelled.

Carlos Guillen Tatis Their cousin was reported to be returning to another person’s company, was detained and later released.

“He’s fine. They told us we should be quiet,” Tone said anxiously.

Carlos Guillen Doddis was appointed Business Coordinator at the Embassy of Haiti with Order 657-20, signed by President Louis Abinader in November 2020.

Haiti has been experiencing the worst social and political conditions since the assassination of its president, Jovnell Moyes, last summer.

Since then, armed gangs have controlled entire parts of the country, including key sections of its main highways.

Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry promised last Thursday that he would join forces with Haitian police to launch an offensive to seize and control power from armed mobs.

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