“We are convinced that together we are more and better. We can have a greater impact and that is why in this initiative to support Haiti, we have formed an alliance with government and private bodies in both countries,” said Macarrulla. He expressed hope that the capital flows the international community has pledged for Haiti would become reality and that both countries could benefit.
“We have to exercise caution and achieve a balance between humanitarian aid and promotion of niche opportunities for building a productive base in both sides of the island,” he said. He said that jobs that contribute to Haiti’s development must be created, as reported in Hoy.