Yesterday President Luis Abinader discussed the Haitian issue with the ambassadors accredited in the country, and the recent joint statement of nine points agreed on the 14th of this month with the president of Haiti, Jovenel Moïse.
Abinader offered lunch to the diplomats of different nations at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs headquarters, together with the Dominican Chancellor Roberto Alvarez.
Due to the importance attributed to the meeting, the president suspended his participation in the National Council of the Magistracy, which yesterday concluded the process of evaluation of the 60 candidates to replace four judges of the Constitutional Court who spent the period they were elected.
The president had already anticipated that meetings would begin this week with the ambassadors of the countries most involved with Haiti, among which he cited Canada, the United States, France, and Germany, to discuss the financing of two hospitals in the neighboring nation.
Both Abinader and Chancellor Alvarez recently said that the Dominican Republic was offering to be a channel for the aid they will execute in Haiti.