Border market normal a 3rd time after truckers lift blockade
Dajabon, DominicanRepublic.- The binational border market held Mondays and Fridays takes place normallysince 8am today, the third time after Dominican truckers lifted their 28-dayblockade of freight into Haiti.
Local media reportthat hundreds of Haitians buy Dominicans products and goods to take back totheir country, especially eggs, live and processed chicken, pasta, bananas,green bananas, chayote, eggplant, tomatoes, cassava and rice among other staples.
Trucks haulingcontainers have been crossing the border bridge full of household merchandiseand construction materials into Haiti, as Dominican troops were reinforce,while police and customs inspectors from both countries look on.
Haiti Customsinspectors check the passports or special visas of their compatriots beforeletting them to enter Dominican territory.