Dominican President Danilo Medina will travel to Haiti on Wednesday where he will lead a ceremony for International Environmental Day, as defend.ht reports.
Medina will be accompanied by the Dominican Minister of the Environment Bautista Rojas Gomez and the Administrative Minister to the Presidency, Jose ramon Peralta.
The Dominican President will participate in a 9:00 am environmental event in San Juan de la Maguana, Dominican Republic and then will lead a reforestation activity at 12:00 noon in the town of Ouanaminthe, Haiti.
The information about these events came from the Dominican National Palace. The Sentinel has not received information whether Haitian government officials will participate but it is assumed.
Haitian President Michel Martelly declared 2013 Year of the Environment.
For the original report go to http://www.defend.ht/politics/articles/international/4422-dominican-president-to-lead-reforestation-ceremony-in-haiti
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