The Dominican Ministry of Defense raised the number of military personnel stationed on the Dominican-Haitian border on Sunday, March 3, 2024, in response to gangs’ raid on Haiti’s two biggest prisons and subsequent mass escape.

The border is still safe with the required military reinforcement, according to Brigadier General Freddy Soto Thormann, Director General of Cesfront, and restrictive measures will still be implemented if needed.

General Carlos Fern├índez Onofre, the Army’s general commander, is collaborating with Thormann to carry out coordinated and combined activities, the general said.

To be prepared for any eventuality on the part of the Haitians, the Army and the Cesfront maintain intensified patrols and surveillance along all of the border provinces in Haiti.

To be prepared for any eventuality on the part of the Haitians, the Army and the Cesfront maintain intensified patrols and surveillance along all of the border provinces in Haiti.

Armoured units, all-terrain vehicles, trucks, motorcycles, and buggies are used by Dominican Army personnel to cross major borders.

In the meantime, immigration and intelligence services have dispatched more personnel to the border checkpoint at Cesfront.

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