World November 2, 2023 | 8:04 am

Joe Biden will hold a “bilateral meeting” with Abinader in which they will talk about Haiti

Santo Domingo.- The President of the Dominican Republic, Luis Abinader, will meet with his American counterpart, Joe Biden, at the White House to discuss various issues related to the bilateral relationship between their countries. The meeting will also address the security situation in Haiti. The specific time of the meeting was not provided.

During their discussions, President Biden and President Abinader will focus on strengthening economic ties, promoting democratic principles and labor rights, and addressing the security challenges in Haiti. Additionally, they will participate in the first Leaders Summit of the Alliance of the Americas for Economic Prosperity, along with other regional leaders.

President Abinader’s visit to the United States includes a multi-day agenda, and he is accompanied by his wife, ministers, and other officials. The agenda includes meetings and activities, although specific details were not provided in the announcement.

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November 2, 2023 8:29 am

When people say that the US doesn’t care about the DR, that the US will take the side of Haiti. Those people don’t understand global politics. The US cares a lot about the DR, DR is the largest economy in the region. More than 300k Americans live in the island full time. Billions of investment money flows from the US to DR. Why would the US take the side of a poor country like Haiti that doesn’t give no value in return makes no sense

November 2, 2023 9:39 am
Reply to  LuisG

I think the USA has a lot of interested in the Dominican republic The United states of America and other foreign nations want the Dominican republic to solve Haiti problems. The foreign powers wants the Dominican republic to legalize the millions of Haitians in the Dominican republic. That the issue and then call the Dominican republic racist bc the Dominican republic does not want to legalize the illegal Haitians.

November 2, 2023 3:34 pm
Reply to  Cristobal

I think they are finding out that’s not what’s going to happen, especially since the canel conflict and the Dominican government getting more tough on Haitian immigration

Alberto Gomez
November 2, 2023 1:53 pm
Reply to  LuisG

Bueno, ¿por qué la RD no tiene un embajador de los Estados Unidos, pero este estado de mierda de Haití tiene uno? Para mí, eso es muy irrespetuoso, cuando Estados Unidos pierda más poder (siendo la única superpotencia mundial en este momento), espero que RD nunca tenga que aceptar tonterías de nadie.

November 2, 2023 8:48 pm

dock in Miches needs to be fixed …people are nervous there …