Migrants organization helps around 270 Haitian laborers get back home
Santo Domingo. – Around 270 undocumented Haitians who toiled as farm laborers at a far off southwestern village and other towns across the country returned voluntarily to their country on Thursday, escorted by representatives of the International Organization for Migrants (IOM).
The Haitians were transported from various parts of the country to the Agriculture Ministry offices at Pedernales, and from there taken by bus across the border to their native villages.
of Chene, near the town of Enriquillo, Barahona province,
In Haitian territory, several of them were let off at Anse-a-Pitre, others at Thiote, Belance, Marigiot and Jacmel, among other locations.
According to local media reports, the IOM provided everything the foreigners needed to travel, and were also well treated .
Each year the humanitarian agency provides all the facilities for illegal Haitians found in Dominican Republic and who wish to return to his nation.
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