Président Martelly jeudi à Caracas pour l'Amérique latine et les Caraïbes au sommet
- Thursday, Décembre 01, 2011 7:49 pm
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haïti (defend.ht) - Le président Michel Martelly a quitté Port-au-Prince jeudi matin à une importante délégation pour participer à Caracas le vendredi et le samedi au premier sommet des chefs d'Etat et de gouvernement la Communauté des États d'Amérique latine et des Caraïbes.
Besides participating in this first meeting of the Community Heads of State and Government of the region, the Haitian President will participate alongside Hugo Chávez in the Bicentennial of Venezuela.
According to a statement of the Presidency, the meeting should monitor the latest summit of the Rio Group in which originated in Mexico in February 2010, the CELAC, a multilateral political body whose mission is "to consolidate the integration and complementarity between the Latin America and the Caribbean countries.”
Michel Martelly will meet with several representatives of the CELAC around the South-South cooperation. He will also attend an official dinner at which his Venezuelan counterpart invited him on the occasion of the bicentennial celebration of the independence of his country.
"President Martelly believes that relations between Haiti and Venezuela are a particular character in part because of special historical ties of solidarity that developed between the two countries and will strengthen," the statement concluded.