New X-Ray Scanner at Airport Hugo Chavez of Cap Haitien
This will help easier and faster detection and prevention of the entries of agricultural items which have no import permit or pose threats to the environment and health. This initiative is an extension of MARNDR's effort to modernize and protect Haitian agriculture from sanitary risks, including through quarantine inspection services in ports and airports open to foreign trade.
It has been implemented at a time when the government is planning to rejuvenate the agricultural sector through modernization. The equipment will remain at the disposal of the Customs and the National Police of Haiti to help them in their fight against smuggling.
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