SANTO DOMINGO.- "Nobody is more concerned than us that Haiti overcomes the crisis," affirmed DR’s ambassador in Haiti Jose Serulle, in a report datelined Port-au-Prince today by the news site Clave Digital, in which he described he elections held there yesterday as “a true revolution.”
Serulle said that Haiti’s political and economic stabilization is fundamental for Dominican Republic and praised the Haitian people for their behavior during the elections.
"I think that this process has been a great revolution for the Haitian nation itself," he said in reference to the work to organize the elections and the census of the more than 3 million voters who registered.
The diplomat said that the electoral process will influence the Dominican-Haitians relations, because in the measure in which the Haitian crisis worsened, its influence in his country was negative.
“All progress that Haiti has or that it can experience means an improvement in the Dominican-Haitians relations and it also means a greater progress in our trade relations and our cultural relations, as well as the possibility of undertaking, with a legitimate government, properly established and democratically elected, cross-border projects and for the entire island,” added Serulle.