Local January 3, 2014 | 3:29 pm

Dominican officials should meet in Haiti ‘without fear’

Santo Domingo.- The National Migration Council met at the National Palace Friday as part of the agenda to enact the National Plan to Regularize Foreigners, and were asked not to fear for their safety when they meet in Haiti next week.

During the meeting Florinda Geneveva Rojas was sworn in as director of the National Migration Institute.

After the meeting Council chair and Interior and Police minister José Ramón Fadul said the details of the Plan’s ongoing process will be announced next week.

He said Dominican business leader José Clase, who has ties with Haiti, will take part in next Tuesday’s meeting to be held in that nation.

He asked the officials who’ll take part in the gathering not to fear for their safety, because “the two countries aren’t at war but embarked on a dialogue instead.”

Presidency chief of staff Gustavo Montalvo, Industry and Commerce minister José del Castillo, Foreign deputy minister Jose Manuel Trullols and Presidency legal adviser Cesar Pina also form part of the commission.

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