The Canadian Embassy has briefly reopened in Haiti after closing final week on account of violent protests within the streets.
The announcement comes as many Canadians are nonetheless caught within the Caribbean nation. The political unrest has created chaos within the streets of Port-Au-Prince making it too harmful for travellers to move from their resort to the airport.
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In a tweet posted Monday, the embassy stated it is going to be open for consular companies Monday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. native time, with restricted workers.
The visa part must also be again to common hours Tuesday, it added.
Haiti has been gripped by political violence and unrest as demonstrators name for the resignation of President Jovenal Moise over skyrocketing inflation and a scandal over oil imports.
The Canadians trapped in Haiti have included missionaries, medical personnel, vacationers and college students. Many have been slowly making their strategy to the airport by way of helicopter or, in some circumstances, harmful street journeys.
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— With a file from the Canadian Press
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