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Kenyan police to arrive in Haiti this week, US State Department says

Haiti's President William Ruto has told an estimated 400 Kenyan troops who will arrive in Haiti later this week that their deployment is one of the most urgent and important in the history of global solidarity.
 
Kenya is spearheading a United Nations Security Council-sanctioned multi-national support mission to the CARICOM country that has been wracked with political and socio-economic problems, highlighted by criminal violence since the assassination of President Jovenel Moise in July 2021.
 
Kenya has offered to send about 1,000 troops to stabilise Haiti alongside personnel from several other countries, including Jamaica, The Bahamas, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, and Belize.


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