Biden, Trudeau to Huddle on Haiti Mission US Is Reluctant to Lead – Bloomberg

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Joe Biden, right, and Justin Trudeau during a meeting in Bali, Indonesia, last year.

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President Joe Biden will talk with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about whether Canada or a third country is prepared to lead a mission to address the humanitarian and security crisis in Haiti. 
The US is eager to organize an aid mission for the Caribbean nation, but is wary of putting its troops on the ground or leading to avoid evoking Washington’s interventionist past in the country. 


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