CARICOM Congratulates Haiti On Independence Anniversary

Haiti on the country’s Two Hundred and Eighteenth Anniversary of Independence
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The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has congratulated the Government and People of Haiti on the country’s Two Hundred and Eighteenth Anniversary of Independence which it celebrates on 1 January 2022.

“As the Government and People of Haiti enter a new year of independence, CARICOM extends its best wishes for goodwill and unity to prevail in the current multifaceted challenges,” CARICOM Secretary-General Dr. Carla Barnett said in her congratulatory message to the Prime Minister of Haiti HE Dr. Ariel Henry.

“The Community sends a message of hope to all Haitians as they commemorate this auspicious event that has served as an inspirational symbol of indomitable strength for the region,” the Secretary General added.

“Excellency, I take this opportunity to assure you of the Community’s unwavering commitment and support to the Government and People of Haiti as they seek to overcome the challenges they face and build a country of which all its citizens can be proud,” Dr. Barnett stated.

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