OAS and Dominican Republic agree on IDs for Haiti immigrants
Santo Domingo.- The Foreign Affairs Ministry and the Organization of American States (OAS) on Monday agreed to implement a diagnosis leading to issuing documents to Haitian immigrants in the Dominican Republic.
Foreign Affairs Minister Carlos Morales and OAS representative Araceli Azuara signed the agreement to elaborate the diagnosis within four weeks.
This agreement is rooted in a meeting between President Danilo Medina and Haiti counterpart Michel Martelly during the summit of the Association of Caribbean States April 26 last year, when the Dominican leader offered to provide the facilities and infrastructure needed to make it easy for Port-au-Prince to issue documents to its nationals here.
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