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Tuesday, the Dominican Ministry of Foreign Affairs, reported that in compliance with the appropriate diplomatic procedures, the Dominican Government accepts Daniel Supplice, as a new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Haiti to the Dominican Republic.
GB Group : Project of fertilizer blending plant
Tuesday Fresner Dorcin, the Minister of Agriculture met Amos Radian, Business leader in GB Group to discuss about starting the Agrodev project, a fertilizer blending plant in Lafito. During this meeting, they discussed mainly about the research funding for the project, the agreement to sign with Agrodev as operator, as part of the fertilizer subsidy strategy and the establishment of a preliminary agenda to see how soon, GB Group could start this project. https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-13242-haiti-economy-port-lafito-a-historic-first.html
Renewable Energy on the South Coast
The Haitian Government with the support of partners, including the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is working to ensure access to electricity on the south coast through renewable energy. 1,600 households in three communes of the borough of Coteaux, will be electrified during the year. The Electric Cooperative of Coteaux, first electric cooperative in the country, will be responsible for managing the system.
Johnny Pie released
The Consulate General of Haiti in Santiago (Dominican Republic) announces that following the steps taken since Friday 27, the day of the arrest of Johnny Pie (Pierre) and his imprisonment on the charge of having burned a flag of the Dominican Republic the day of the Independence Day, was released Monday by the Dominican authorities.
Strike threat to EFACAP of Petit-Goâve
In a letter addressed to the West Departmental Directorate of Education, 7 teachers of the Fundamental School of Application of Pedagogical Support Center (EFACAP) of Petit-Goâve, claim their appointment letter and threaten to observe a work stoppage "We expect to observe a work stoppage in the event we would not be appointed within 8 days. Given that on many occasions, we have been persuaded by the direction of the EFA, to stay in class with the assurance of receiving early in the year, the letters of appointment and to date, nothing has been done." HL/ HaitiLibre / Guyto Mathieu (Correspondant Petit-Goâve)