Haiti government asks for international military assistance.”
“Despite the fact that the military has said through its spokesman that it is up to Haiti to protect itself, we can confirm from various sources that the armed forces have in fact requested international military assistance in order to deal with Haiti.”
The following day, an official announcement was made by the Armed Forces of Haiti.
In a statement titled “We, the Armed Forces of Haiti, We Demand: Protection,” they call on their “all forces and national entities to act with their duty and responsibilities to our country and its citizens, with prudence and prudence with respect for life,” which, after all, is the most important of all.
“Our country is in a difficult situation, its citizens are in extreme need. We urge our country’s armed forces to exercise prudence, prudence and prudence with respect for life. We call on the international community to help our country, to support us and to provide us with the necessary assistance,“ the statement reads.
“We ask for your support,” it continues. “We call on you to do everything to help us with the implementation of this request. In the name of our beloved country, we pray that our request will materialize, be effective and meet the expectations and help our country needs.”
The statement ended with the organization’s request for “your help,” saying the organization “calls on you to assist us in this operation with the necessary assistance, material and military equipment that will be needed for our country, our people and our country’s army.”
The US State Department’s statement did not make any reference to the military’s request for help.
According to the statement, “We urge the Government of Haiti, its partners in the region and the international community, to exercise prudence and prudence with respect for life, and we call on the international community to provide the necessary assistance, material and military equipment that will be needed for our country” to help end the political crisis.
“We also stress that the United States Government takes no position on the merits of the political and security crisis in