Haitian National Police exchanges with Kenyan delegation | News

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The Prime Minister of Haiti, Ariel Henry, exchanged yesterday with the high command of the National Police, who held a working day with the Kenyan delegation to discuss the support of the African country in relation to the fight against gang crime .


More than 2,400 reported dead by violence in Haiti

A press release from the Prime Minister's Office stated that "the working day allowed the high command of the National Police to specify what they want and expect from the assistance that will be provided to reinforce it and allow it to be more effective."

Likewise, it was learned that the National Police had considered the meeting with the Kenyan delegation "very useful" and that all parties had the same understanding regarding the work of the mission.

The text also reiterates that the purpose of international aid is not "to replace the National Police or to carry out its work, but to help it to be more effective, more adapted and more capable of fulfilling its mission of protecting and serving".

The Haitian police have also expressed their satisfaction with the presence of their members at all stages of the preparation of the mission.

The Kenyan delegation was in Haitian territory from Sunday to Wednesday and held its last meeting with Ariel Henry and the High Command of the Haitian National Police.

Kenya has agreed to lead an international peacekeeping force to help Haiti combat the violence, for which it will deploy some 1,000 police officers to the Caribbean nation, hit by extreme violence in recent years due to gang action.

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