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Dominican president advises nationals against traveling to Haiti due to crisis

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "We have advised Dominicans against going to Haiti, that there is no safety, they should not go," the ruler told the press.

The Dominican Republic has reinforced its border with Haiti "so that violence will not pass, and it has not," Abinader assured, stressing that he remains in contact "with the international community" regarding the events in that nation.

With respect to 2 Dominican truckers recently kidnapped in Haiti, Abinader stressed that the government is coordinating with the country's consular authorities in Haiti to secure the release of the 2 men.

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