The 150 or so Bahamian soldiers will travel to Jamaica this week to undergo three weeks of intense training alongside other soldiers from the Commonwealth of Nations, Commodore-in-Chief of Defense Raymond King announced to the public this week. in order to take part in the Multinational Mission to Support the National Police of Haiti (PNH) in their campaign against gangs, they are looking to the Caribbean and South America.

To get ready for the training exercise, which will include forces from Chile, Argentina, and other countries, a team of officers will also travel to Jamaica. Multiple nations in the region, including Guyana, Trinidad, and numerous others, have already pledged to join the international army.

“A deal that will enable Kenya to send out police officers is being signed between Kenya and the Republic of Haiti.” Approximately 200 members of Kenya’s first forward team are set to travel to Haiti. For around three weeks, all forces are put through integrated training to make sure they are operating under the same doctrine, instructions, and regulations. To guarantee the smooth and coordinated operation of all the various forces, King said,

Given the burden of the Haitian “boat people” and economic migrants who are escaping the violence and suffering of their homeland, Jamaica, the Bahamas, and the Turks & Caicos Islands are keen for peace to return to Haiti.

The 46th Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (Caricom), which will take place in Guyana from February 25 to 28, 2024, will have Haiti as a major item on its agenda.

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