TitleStatement / by the President of the Security Council
Statement [made on behalf of the Security Council, at the 6101st meeting, 6 Apr. 2009, in connection with the Council's consideration of the item entitled "The question concerning Haiti"]
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Welcomes the progress achieved so far in critical areas for the consolidation of Haiti's stability, namely political dialogue, extension of State authority, including border management, strengthening of security, and rule of law and human rights; reiterates the need for security to be accompanied by social and economic development as a way for Haiti to achieve lasting stability; calls upon UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) and the UN Country Team to enhance further their coordination with the Government of Haiti and International and regional partners; recognizes the vital importance of the high-level donor conference on Haiti to be hosted by the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington D.C. on 14 Apr.; urges the institutions of Haiti to intensify their efforts to meet the Haitian population's basic needs, and to work together to promote dialogue, the rule of law and good governance; reaffirms the need for the upcoming elections for the renewal of 1/3 of the Senate to be inclusive, free and fair.