United States officials traveled to Haiti over the weekend in order to meet with Haitian officials following the assassination of the Haitian president last week.
As reported by The Hill, authorities from the Departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and State as well as the White House National Security Council (NSC) went to Haiti to look into the security status of the country and help with the investigation.
“NSC spokeswoman Emily Horne said that U.S. officials met with Acting Prime Minister Claude Joseph and Prime Minister-Designate Ariel Henry in a joint meeting ‘to encourage open and constructive dialogue to reach a political accord that can enable the country to hold free and fair elections.’ The U.S. delegation also met with Joseph Lambert, who leads Haiti’s Senate,” the outlet noted.
“The delegation reviewed the security of critical infrastructure with Haitian government officials and met with the Haitian National Police, who are leading the investigation into the assassination,” Horne said.
“In all their meetings the delegation