UN envoy reports a “relatively stable” security situation in HaitiListen /
The situation in Haiti has been "relatively stable" since the Security Council was last briefed on the situation in the Caribbean country in March, though there is still a stalemate regarding elections.
That's what Ambassador Sandra Honoré of Trinidad and Tobago, the head of the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH), told the Council on Wednesday.
According to Ambassador Honoré, the Haitian National Police is increasingly assuming responsibility for the provision of internal security in the country.
Before briefing the Security Council, Ambassador Honoré told UN Radio's Derrick Mbatha that UN Police (UNPOL) is helping in the professionalization of the Haitian National Police.