On Monday, Trinidad and Tobago will be a part of a special mission to Haiti.
The decision to launch the mission to have preliminary meetings with a number of key stakeholders was taken at the recently held 44th Regular Meeting of the CARICOM Heads of Government in Nassau Bahamas.
This country will be represented by the Trinidad and Tobago’s High Commissioner to Canada, Dennis Moses, who is fluent in French and has had some experience with Haitian stake holders.
A senior member of the Defence Force will also be a part of the team.
The mission will also have officials from Canada.
Security planning, consultations with civil society and members of the Haitian National Police Force are some of the matters on the agenda.
Minister of Foreign and Caricom Affairs, Amery Browne, made the disclosure while speaking at the post cabinet news briefing held at the Diplomatic Centre, St Ann’s.