Local November 10, 2021 | 8:30 am

Fuel crunch shutters Dominican consulate in Haiti

Santo Domingo.- The fuel shortage affecting Haiti forced the Dominican consulate in Port-au-Prince to close its doors last week, according to local media reports in that country.

The explanation for the closure was offered by the Dominican diplomatic mission, by placing a sign on the facade of the building, dated Saturday, November 6, with the information.

“The Administration of the Consulate General reports that the consulate was closed due to fuel shortages, which prevented normal operation. We will resume the normal schedule from this Monday, November 8,” reads the image of the poster published by the newspapers.

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Paul Tierney
November 10, 2021 8:57 am

Suspect there are undisclosed reasons why the consulate closed. The lack of fuel is a pretext?

Dave Lopes
November 10, 2021 10:12 pm
Reply to  Paul Tierney

Actually many place of business like banks are only working part time due to the gangs preventing fuel delivery. But anytime consulates of these two countries are closed is good news.