Haiti needs international support to tackle humanitarian crisis, Haiti President Jovenel Moise told in his interview with Reuter. Two-months anti-government protest have exacerbated food insecurity of the island.
The President says he negotiates with the opposition leaders to stop the political confrontation. He proposes creation of government in unity to help overcome humanitarian crisis.
Moise would not say with whom he was conducting the negotiations. Haiti opposition leaders are blaming and accusing him in corruption and inflation. They say there is no time for a dialogue.
According to the UN data published at the beginning of the current month, one-third of Haiti population, which is almost 4 million people, is in urgent need of food to meet their daily requirements.