'Haiti doesn't need our aid'

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October 10, 2018

 

IMMIGRATION Minister Brent Symonette agrees aid does not need to be offered to Haiti in the wake of Saturday’s earthquake, noting the most recent natural disaster did not rise to level of devastation left behind by a similar incident to that country in 2010.
“I would imagine from the prime minister’s comments, no,” the minister said when he was asked about The Bahamas possibly relaxing borders in response to the ruin brought by the 5.9 magnitude earthquake on the weekend...

IMMIGRATION Minister Brent Symonette agrees aid does not need to be offered to Haiti in the wake of Saturday’s earthquake, noting the most recent natural disaster did not rise to level of devastation left behind by a similar incident to that country in 2010.

“I would imagine from the prime minister’s comments, no,” the minister said when he was asked about The Bahamas possibly relaxing borders in response to the ruin brought by the 5.9 magnitude earthquake on the weekend...

 

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News date : 10/10/2018    Category : Caribbean News, Tribune Stories

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