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Haitian, Brazilian Presidents Meet While in Spain, Agree to Increased Cooperation

Haiti President Michel Martelly met with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff during his trip to the Ibero-American Summit in Cadiz, Spain this week.

The two sides discussed agricultural development and democracy in Haiti, with Martelly reportedly assuring Rousseff of his efforts to hold elections in the country, according to “democratic standards.”

He also stressed the need for the two countries to enhance their cooperation in the agricultural sector.

Rounding out his meetings with Latin American and Caribbean leaders, Martelly also met with his counterpart from Panama, Ricardo Martinelli, discussing strengthened cooperation in areas like culture, tourism and trade relations, along with a potential Haitian cultural presence in Panama.

Martelly also suggested sending trade missions from Panama to Haiti, along with seeking Panama’s expertise in the establishment of free trade zones.

Read more: Carib Journal

 

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  1. Joe Kelsall says:

    Haiti is in desperate need of financial aid! Instead of financing Israel's military clout the USA should be helping develop Haiti. Instead Cuba is doing a great job with its medical teams in Haiti. The USA and Israel left Haiti when the media plane departed!

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