They denounced the kidnapping of a Dominican media reporter in Haiti – Amico Hoops

A Haitian journalist of Dominican descent, Alexander GalvezHe could have been kidnapped this Saturday in Haiti, according to reports received by the media in the neighboring country from his relatives.
Galvez, who works as a reporter for a newspaper Telemicro Media GroupHe was kidnapped on the road Malpas, where the Haitian-Dominican border meets.
According to a complaint filed by Telemicro, the gang called 400 Mauzu He could be responsible for acting against the caller in an area where they are used to committing this type of criminal act.
Gálvez is a journalist who has been a contributor to the Haitian radio Caribbean FM, where he has also had a column for T ‘cuz Nan Baniel’ and for Premé Occupation.
It is noteworthy that the cases of kidnappers in Haiti have increased in recent months.
The authorities of that country and the United States are still working to free the missionaries who were kidnapped more than a month ago.
The ongoing kidnappings in the neighboring country are taking place at a time when this country is still being debated by the international community, due to the deep political, social, economic and security crisis that surrounds that country.
This news also comes within days of Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry making changes to his government; It is not yet known who was directly responsible for the July 7 killing of President Jovenel Moss.
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