Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Here is a picture of Pierrot Delienne, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister a.i. Interior
On Monday, March 28, 2016, in the salons of the Chancellery in Musseau, Pierrot Delienne, a newcomer to the cabinet has been installed as the new Minister of Foreign Affairs, and also as the Minister of Interior and Territorial Communities (ad interim), replacing the outgoing Chancellor Lener Renauld. Pierrot Delienne was a professor of marketing and program manager at the Haiti Quisqueya University and holds an MBA from the University of Quebec in Montreal (1983), a business administration degree and a law degree from the State University of Haiti. In 2006, he represented as Minister Counsellor in Geneva at the Mission of Haiti to the World Trade Organization (WTO). During his speech for the occasion, the new Chancellor has pledged to make Haitian diplomacy more dynamic and prominent on the international stage. Haiti will be more visible on the international bodies and on the World stages to protect the rights and interests of Haitian nationals living outside and inside the country.
Here is the plan to build the new Haiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs that was destroyed by the 2010 Haiti earthquake. This project will cost the Haitian government an estimated $ 17.5 million.
The cost for the construction of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will be funded with PetroCaribe fund which will also create about 150 jobs. The building is currently under construction and expected to be complete by March 2014.