US moves further towards Montana accord

US moves further towards Montana accord

High-level meeting this weekend in Florida around the establishment of a transitional government in Haiti

Members of several Haitian civil society organizations, promoters of the Montana Accord, met on Saturday in Florida with senior American personalities including members of Congress and representatives of Joe Biden’s administration.

Representatives of the administration of Joe Biden and the former special envoy of the United States in Haiti Daniel Foote had also taken part in this meeting called the contact meeting.

It was an opportunity for the architects of the Montana accord to present and defend the document. This is the third time that the initiators of the Montana accord have met members of Joe Biden’s government.

Among the members of Haitian civil society organizations who participated in these discussions are Magali Comeau Denis, of the coordination committee of the monitoring office (BSA) of the Montana agreement, Magalie George, Lesly Voltaire, Christine Stephenson, representative of the chambers of trades Haiti and other members of Haitian civil society organizations, learned the media group ZoomInProduction Corporation made up of ZoomHaitiNews and CaribbeanTelevisionNetwork.

The United States would finally be on the verge of supporting the steps taken by civil society organizations to set up a transitional government.

From reliable sources we learn that discussions are underway at the level of the various diplomatic missions in Haiti with a view to facilitating the exit of Doctor Ariel Henri from the Prime Minister’s office.

In an exclusive interview with media group ZoomInProduction on Friday, the former US special envoy to Haiti announced that Joe Biden’s administration would finally be ready to endorse the Montana accord.

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PS: this article has been modified to correct the name of the charge d’affaires of the United States in Haiti Kenneth Merten who would not have participated in the meeting contrary to what we had previously written.

Emmanuel Paul has an initial training in Economics, Sociology and Anthropology at the State University of Haiti. He graduated in Accounting and Finance from Northeastern University in Boston (Massachusetts, USA). He is currently majoring in Finance at Harvard University (Boston, Massachusetts, USA).
Emmanuel has more than twenty years of experience as a journalist. He worked in particular at Radio maxima, Radio Solidarité, RadioVision2000 and TéléPluriel where he was news director.

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Emmanuel Paul has an initial training in Economics, Sociology and Anthropology at the State University of Haiti. He graduated in Accounting and Finance from Northeastern University in Boston (Massachusetts, USA). He is currently majoring in Finance at Harvard University (Boston, Massachusetts, USA). Emmanuel has more than twenty years of experience as a journalist. He worked in particular at Radio maxima, Radio Solidarité, RadioVision2000 and TéléPluriel where he was news director.

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