Fernando Vidal de Mello, Brazilian Ambassador to Haiti
Here is a picture of Mr. Fernando Vidal de Mello, the new Brazilian Ambassador to Haiti.
On Friday, September 4, 2015, Mr. Fernando Vidal de Mello, the new Brazilian Ambassador to Haiti was received by the Haitian President Michel Martelly at the National Palace. While delivering his credentials to the Haitian President the new ambassador had reiterated the commitment of his country to support the Haitian government in its efforts to improve the living conditions of the Haitian population. The Haitian Head of the State has reassured his administration's readiness to work jointly and strengthen the ties of friendship and cooperation between Haiti and Brazil. The Brazilian ambassador then went to the National Pantheon Museum (MUPANA) where he laid a wreath to salute the memory of the founding fathers of the Haitian nation. Then at the invitation of the Director of the Museum Mrs. Michèle Frisch, the new ambassador visited the rooms of permanent and temporary exhibits at the museum and expressed his satisfaction for having the opportunity to learn about Haiti's rich history. Since the days of overthrowing Jean-Bertrand Aristide in 2004, Brazil has a high involvement in Haiti, apart from having various development and aid programs, it is the leading contributor of MINUSTAH in Haiti.