Monday in the salons of the Chancellery in Musseau, Pierrot Delienne, the new Minister of Foreign Affairs also Minister a.i. of Interior and Territorial Communities, was installed in office as Chancellor, at a ceremony chaired by Aviol Fleurant, the new Minister of Planning and external Cooperation. He takes over from outgoing Chancellor Lener Renauld.
In his speech, the new Haitian Chancellor pledged among other things, to make the Haitian diplomacy more dynamic and more visible on the international stage; to better position Haiti in international bodies; stimulate international relations; to protect the rights of Haitian nationals living outside the country and to improve the organization and operation of the Chancellery.
Aware of the difficulties that often faces diplomatic staff in the exercise of its functions he ensures that he will bring to his staff “a consistent support and of quality as far as possible, for in the world, you are able to produce results in line with diplomatic orientations of the first black republic in the world.”
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Pierrot Délienne holds an MBA (1983) from the University of Quebec in Montreal, one in Business Administration BA and law degree from the State University of Haiti. He was a professor of marketing and program manager at Quisqueya University and expert consulting in Haiti with several companies. He became Minister Counsellor at the Mission of Haiti in Geneva in 2006, near the World Trade Organization (WTO).