Dominican-Haiti border markers need replacing
Santo Domingo.- Dominican Republic wants to reestablish border markers with Haiti, uprooted by swelled rivers, while their various conditions have already been inventoried.
Foreign minister Andres Navarro on Wednesday said several rising lakes have made some border markers disappear, but would be replaced with the use of GPS, while in some cases Haitian authorities will need to cooperate.
“Many of them can be improved because they are in territory of our domain. Others are at points which need coordination with Haitian authorities,” the official said
Navarro said however many of the original markers placed as part of the Border Treaty signed in 1929 are still in good condition.
Jan 14, 2016
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