Cuba-Venezuela to Build Haiti Airport

HAVANA, Jan. 2 – A Cuban-Venezuelan company will be in charge of building a new international airport in the city of Cap Haitien, reported IPS citing official sources in Port-au-Prince. The work will cost 33 million dollars, which will be defrayed by a loan from Venezuela to be paid in 25 years.


9 thoughts on “Cuba-Venezuela to Build Haiti Airport

  • September 27, 2012 at 7:29 am
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    Dear commentators unfortunentelly some of you guys are out of touch with reality. Haiti is not about Aristide, Preval, Duvalier or Martelly, if Country such as Cuba, Venezuela and others want to invest into Haiti reconstruction, I personally don’t see a problem with that. Most ignorant fools out there running their mouth without any basic common sense, need to stop and think of the good and beneficial that would be for Haiti and the people’s of Haiti. Haiti is the first black nation to gain their independent in 1804, and doesn’t have nothing to show for. So by all mean we will accept any help that can move Haiti forward. Anyone who have a problem with that… First you don’t love Haiti and you can go fuck yourself. Real Talk

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