New Delhi: The Under Secretary for Management, John Bass has visited Haiti to review the operational status of the mission launched by the USA. He will also be meeting the employees there. He will also be discussing support for US Embassy Haiti.
Haiti sought sought international assistance
The Haitian government has pushed a request seeking international assistance. In response, U.S. Air Force C-17, based at Joint Base Charleston S.C., transported vital security equipment, including tactical and armored vehicles.
The Haitian National Police (HNP) has purchased from Canadian Forces Base Trenton in Ontario, Canada, to Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Under Secretary of State for Management, John Bass visited Haiti 🇭🇹 to review the mission’s operational status, meet with employees, and discuss support for @USEmbassyHaiti security with the government of Haiti. pic.twitter.com/42HDWgPl41
— U.S. Embassy Haiti (@USEmbassyHaiti) October 23, 2022
Canada delivers US’ aircraft, arms
A collaborative exercise incorporating aircraft from the U.S. Air Force and delivered the Royal Canadian Air Force delivered the essential supplies.
The equipment will assist the HNP in ensuring Haiti has access to the facilities and resources it urgently needs to address a public health emergency brought on by a recent increase in cholera cases in the nation.
The transfer conceded after three days
Today’s U.S. Air Force transport mission comes three days after U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Andrew Croft, military deputy commander of SOUTHCOM, accompanied U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, Brian A. Nichols, to Port-au-Prince.
Here Nichols led a U.S. interagency delegation on a two-day visit to the Caribbean nation. They evaluated how the U.S. government may continue to offer various types of aid designed to aid the nation in enhancing security and dealing with the escalating humanitarian catastrophe.
Foreign support for security restoration
The governments of the United States and Canada, along with the Haitian government, stress the need of cooperating to help the international community-led restoration of security in Haiti.