President Joe Biden’s senior government official said the US government “at this time” has no plans to provide military aid to Haiti, hours after it was learned that Port-au-Prince had asked Washington to deploy security forces. was asked to Importance.
Approval of a UN troop deployment, which was also requested by Haiti’s caretaker government after the assassination of President Jouvenel Moyes, would require the approval of the 15-member Security Council.
A letter to the United Nations on 7 July, the day of the expulsion of the Haitian president, stated that the blue helmet would be intended to “support the efforts” of the police to “restore security and public order throughout the country”.
Matthias Pierre, the minister in charge of electoral affairs, told AFP yesterday that “we fear that the mercenaries may destroy the infrastructure to create chaos in the country”, confirming that there was “contact with the US Secretary of State”. During this, a request was made to send troops. and the United Nations”.
However, a diplomatic source told the Russian news agency RIA Novosti, when asked about Port-au-Prince’s request for a military force, that the UN Security Council would avoid any meeting dedicated to Haiti, at least for the time being. has not been determined. .
“The SA for Haiti is not going to meet again,” the source said.
Earlier, the services of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres confirmed that Haiti’s request had been received and said it was being considered.
However, “the sending of troops under any circumstances is a matter for the SA to decide,” according to Mr Guterres.
Source: -ΜΠΕ, Reuters, AFP, Sputnik
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