Local July 9, 2015 | 8:01 am

Dominican sovereignty not negotiable: Envoy to OAS

Santo Domingo.- Dominican Republic on Wednesday rejectedany attempt to obstruct its sovereignty and self-determination, in response tothe Haitian Government’s reiterated request for a protocol to negotiate the deportationtheir undocumented nationals.

In response to the statements by Haiti Foreign ministerLener Renauld at a meeting of the Organization of American States (OAS) in Washington,his Dominican counterpart Pedro Verges said Santo Domingo measures thesituation in Haiti ‘with the same yardstick " it measure its relationswith other states.

"No other member of the inter-American community orany part of the world negotiates the terms of its immigration laws with anothernation simply because it’s a sovereign right of States," Verges said.

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