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Haiti – News : Zapping…

25/12/2020 07:27:51

More than 1,200 people kidnapped in 2020


According to the report of the Organization “Collectif Plus”, in Haiti during the year 2020, 1,270 people were victims of kidnapping for ransom, or more than 3 people kidnapped every day…

France: Suspension of adoption of Haitian children extended


In France, the suspension of adoption of Haitian children is extended until June 30, 2021, via the Decree of December 18, 2020 extending the decree of March 11, 2020 on the temporary suspension of international adoption procedures concerning children of Haitian nationality residing in Haiti. Article 1.- In article 1 of the decree of March 11, 2020 as amended, the words: “August 31, 2020” are replaced by the words: “June 30, 2021”.

Cuba : NOTICE from the Embassy of Haiti


“The Embassy of Haiti in Cuba informs that as of January 4, 2021, all consular services at our diplomatic headquarters must be paid in US dollars.”

Paris : Closure of the Consulate


“The Consulate General of the Republic of Haiti in Paris informs the general public and the Haitian community in particular that its offices will be closed from December 24, 2020 to January 3, 2021, on the occasion of the end of year celebrations. Consular services will resume on January 4, 2021 at 9:30 a.m. In case of emergency, you can contact the Consulate on 06 14 07 61 99 .”

Distribution of toys at MHAVE


Thursday, December 24, to celebrate Christmas, Louis Gonzague E. Day the Minister of Haitians Living Abroad (MHAVE) distributed toys to employees of the Ministry, a courtesy of the First Lady Martine Moïse. The occasion for Minister Day to wish the employees of the Ministry and the Diaspora a Merry Christmas on behalf of the presidential couple, the Prime Minister and his Government.

Montreal : Talks with Senator Mégie


Fritz Dorvilier, Consul General of Haiti in Montreal, had a cordial and fruitful telephone conversation with Senator de Rougemont Marie-Françoise Mégie (born in Haiti and arrived in Canada in 1976), a symbol of professionalism, humanism and of success for the Haitian community of Quebec. It was about the life of the Haitian Community of Quebec and the work of the Consulate General of Haiti in Montreal.

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