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Haiti has sought military assistance from the United States

International desk
Haiti is worried about its own safety after the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse. The United States and the United States have already called for help in curbing the ongoing unrest over the assassination of the president. Haiti claims that the ongoing violence threatens the country's airports, land ports and other facilities. Haitian authorities fear that miscreants could attack these installations. Haiti's election minister, Matthias Pierre, confirmed the information on Friday. News from The Guardian.

Meanwhile, the United States has promised assistance. At the request of the Haitian government, top officials from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are being sent to the country to assist in the investigation and security.

White House Press Secretary Jane Sackie told reporters Friday that U.S. officials would monitor the situation and how assistance could be provided.

Jane Saki added that the United States is consulting with Haitian and international partners to support the Haitian people in the aftermath of the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse.

Meanwhile, the Haitian police chief said on July 8 that a team of 28 Americans and Colombians had taken part in the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse. 17 of them have been arrested and three have been shot dead by police. The other eight are still at large.

Haiti's ambassador to the United States, Bochit Edmund, has called for sanctions against those involved in the crime. He made the request in a letter to US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken.

On the morning of July 7, Jovenel Moïse was shot dead at his private residence. Haiti has been in turmoil ever since. Interim Prime Minister Claude Joseph has said he is currently in charge of the country.

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