On October 18, 2023, on the fringes of the inaugural Canada-Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Summit, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada, escorted by Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly, had a conversation with Prime Minister a.i. of Haiti, Ariel Henry.

Regarding the continuous political, security, and humanitarian crises in Haiti, Prime Minister Trudeau voiced his concerns. In order to establish the framework for free and fair elections and the restoration of democratic order in Haiti, he emphasized once more how crucial it is to forge an inclusive political consensus.

Using the CARICOM political dialogue to discuss an agreement on a transition process, with the goal of holding the next stakeholder meeting in late October, is how the two leaders decided to proceed in this regard.
A commitment to maintain regular communication was made by Prime Ministers Henry and Trudeau.
Additionally, Justin Trudeau declared on Wednesday that his government will be providing $3.4 million in equipment to combat violence in Haiti, reinforcing during the summit his government’s commitment to work with the Caribbean community to help Haiti escape the dire situation it finds itself in… $3.4 million will be set aside to combat firearm-related violence by providing tools and support. Wednesday, October 18.

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