United Nations, Sep 27 (RHC) Haitian foreign minister Laurent Salvador Lamothe said that some of the most important advancement of his nation includes the training of police agents, which has contributed to make Haiti one of the safest countries in the Caribbean.
Speaking at the 68th UN General Assembly Lamothe also stressed the achievements of his government in the areas of education, state of law and security, in an effort to meet the UN Millennium goals.
Despite the fact that Haiti underwent a difficult economic period in 2010 due to the damage inflicted by earthquakes and other natural phenomena, the country has made important efforts to improve the wellbeing of the people, said the foreign minister.
The state of law is one of the goals on the spotlight of Haitian authorities, said the minister, who noted that they have implemented policies to achieve that aim, including freedom of the press and the opposition, as well as other areas like security and health care.
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