Santo Domingo.- Foreign minister Andrés Navarro, US ambassador James W. Brewster, Presidency chief of staff Gustavo Montalvo and US envoy to Haiti, Peter M. Mulrean met in the National Palace on Thursday, as part of an effort to spur Dominican Republic-Haiti talks.
Navarro called it "a very special work meeting," noting that it’s the first with the US envoys for both Hispaniola nations.
Navarro said discussed in the meeting was an agenda of interest to Washington and Santo Domingo.
The talks also included the political process in Haiti, where an interim government was appointed last month.
Before this meeting, Foreign Minister participated in the Bureau of Coordination of International Cooperation on Climate Change and Development Mechanism, where, despite the insistence of journalists, refused to talk about the criticism the ambassador.