Haiti asks for assistance of Foreign troops after Presidents’ killing

The Caribbean island of Haiti has asked for the assistance of foreign troops amid the ongoing situation after the assassination of President Jovenel Moise. The Caribbean island government sent the request to the United Nations and the United Nations.

Haiti: The Caribbean island of Haiti has asked for the assistance of foreign troops amid the ongoing situation after the assassination of President Jovenel Moise. The Caribbean island government sent the request to the United Nations and the United Nations.

In response, the US government has stated that it has no plans to offer military assistance currently at this time.

Earlier the police officials of Haiti informed that a group of twenty-eight foreign mercenaries killed President Jovenel Moise at his residence on Wednesday.

The police officials further providing the information cited that after a gun engagement in the capital city of Haiti – Port-au-Prince, seventeen of them were arrested by the local police.

As per the statement of the Haitian Police they have suspected that the retired Colombian soldiers, were held at the house they were using, others after entering Taiwan’s diplomatic compound. Three suspects were executed by the Haitian police, and eight others are still being investigated.

The United States government clarified on Friday that it would not send its troops to the Caribbean island and it was sending FBI and Department of Homeland Security officials to Haiti island to assist in the investigation of the death of President Jovenel Moise.

The UN Security Council would have to approve any plan to send international troops to Haiti under UN support. The killing of the President has led to civil disturbance in Haiti, the most impoverished nation in the Americas.

The mind behind this killing and the motive is still uncleared. A state of emergency has been imposed in the Caribbean nation after the assassination of the President Jovenel Moise and it is unclear who is in effective charge of the nations’ government.

The blooded and bruised people were brought in front of the camera during the news conference on Thursday. As per the reports of the US and Canadian media one of the dual citizens that has been arrested, James Solages, 35, is from Florida and was a former bodyguard at the Canadian embassy in Haiti island.

The Caribbean region is already facing the COVID-19 crisis, gang violence and political chaos.