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Chilean police mission in Haiti to withdraw in 2011
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11:09, February 05, 2009

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Chilean policemen participating in the United Nations peace mission in Haiti could return to their home country in 2011, local press quoted National Police official Javiera Blanco as saying Wednesday.

Praising the work of the Chilean policemen in Haiti, he said, "Even though today there is a need for the key presence of this mission, which is in mid term, the exit should be prepared for, considering that the country (Haiti) must take those responsibilities and build their capacities to do what is done by our mission."

"There has been an stabilization process in Haiti, which has allowed the internal situation to move ahead, but without doubt there is still work to do, mainly regarding issues like extreme poverty, low life expectation, electricity and sewerage problems," said Blanco.

Besides the police mission in Haiti, stationed there since 2004,Chile also sent a military contingent of more than 500 to fulfill the UN peace mission in the violence-torn Caribbean nation.

Source:Xinhua



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