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UN mission in Haiti extended for another year (10.04.2018)

Disagreement in the international community over whether Haiti remains a threat to the region’s peace and security overshadowed the decision Tuesday by the U.N. Security Council to extend its support mission in the Caribbean nation for another year.

UN eyes transition of Haiti role from peacekeeping to development (03.04.2018)

“While achieving results should remain our common priority, we have already started to prepare for a transition to a non-peacekeeping presence, based on lessons learned in Haiti and in other contexts,” the Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations, Jean-Pierre Lacroix, told the Security...

UN determined to support authorities in strengthening rule of law (16.02.2018)

Strengthening the rule of law and improving the national police and the judicial system in Haiti will require political will on the part of the authorities, and the United Nations is determined to support this goal, said Assistant Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Bintou Keita.

New UN mission to take innovative approach to strengthening rule of law (03.01.2018)

The head of the new United Nations Mission for Justice Support in Haiti, known as MINUJUSTH, has said the operation will carry out its work in an innovative in the island nation – complete with an unusually tight timeframe and a bench-marking exit strategy. Describing what is unique about the...

Haiti prepares to introduce its revived military (15.11.2017)

More than two decades after Haiti’s leader disbanded its army, with its history of violent coups, the Caribbean nation is about to unveil a reconstituted military. … The United Nations and foreign governments, including the United States, discouraged Haiti from reviving its army. Instead, they...