US President Biden commends Ruto after sending police to Haiti

US President Biden commends Ruto after sending police to Haiti

US President Biden commends Ruto after sending police to Haiti

President William Ruto’s decision to send police personnel to Haiti to assist and train  the nation’s law enforcement in their attempts to restore order has been praised by  US President Joe Biden. Biden praised Ruto for agreeing to a plea to end the conflict in the nation that has  been at war since 2021 while speaking at the 78th session of the United Nations  General Assembly.

“We embrace nations stepping up to lead new ways and to seek new breakthroughs on hard issues,” said Biden.For instance, in Haiti, the Caribbean communities promoted communication within Haitian society. I appreciate Kenyan President William Ruto’s willingness to oversee a UN-supported security support system.

The US President called on the Kenyan police to maintain a peaceful mission in addressing the unrest in the nation and encouraged them not to use excessive force against people.He also urged the UN Security Council to keep stepping up security in the Caribbean country. He stated that the people of Haiti could not continue to wait for UN action.

Following the murder of former president Jovenel Moise in 2021, violence throughout the nation began. As a result, there has been an uptick in crime and discontent.According to reports, criminal groups rule over 80% of the capital. As gangs compete for resources, violent crimes like kidnappings for ransom, carjackings, and armed robberies have increased.Ariel Henry, the new prime minister who succeeded Moise, has been struggling to put a stop to the violence.

Due to its ineffective leadership and overburdened security forces, the nation has also been dealing with humanitarian, political, and security challenges.By giving guidance and support to the Haitian National Police, the deployment of American police personnel may be able to help with some of these issues.

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