The US draft resolution welcomes Kenya’s offer to serve as the force’s commander, according to AP, which claimed to have gotten a copy of the text on Saturday. According to AP, “it is obvious that this would be a non-UN force financed by voluntary contributions.”

The force would be authorized by the resolution for a year, with a review occurring after nine months. In a report published this past Saturday, the news agency noted that the force will help strengthen local police capabilities “through the planning and conduct of joint security support operations as they work to combat gangs and improve living conditions.

“The Haitian government has asked for this assistance from the international community ever since October 2022 in order to assist the Haitian police in addressing current security issues. While the UN has been sluggish to approve, gang violence has intensified and forced hundreds of thousands of people from their homes across the nation.

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