Three Syrians from Haiti arrested in St Maarten with false Greek passports

Three Syrians who arrived in the island of St Maarten last Saturday with fake Greek passports were arrested there. The three men arrived aboard an Insel Air flight from Haiti. Police is currently investigating to determine whether or not this three Syrians nationals are connected to the terrorist bombing in France.


The police of Phillipsburg, St Maarten, arrested these three men, believed to be nationals of Syria, who tried to enter the country on Saturday, November 14th, using false Greek Passports. They arrived at the Princess Juliana International Airport (PJIA) around 7:30 pm on the flight 7I Insel Air 534 that departed Toussaint Louverture International Airport in Port-au-Prince at 6:56 p.m. The suspects were remanded in custody for further investigation. Some sources suggest that, they landed on the Dutch Caribbean island of St. Maarten with apparent plans to sneak into the United States. Earlier, their travel itinerary as per their seized documents was: Tour initiated from Europe then stopped at Brazil, then the Dominican Republic and Haiti before arriving on St Maarten. However, authorities have said that their ultimate destination is still unclear. Investigation is continuing to determine their identities and how they obtained the fake documents.

Twa moun ki soti Ayiti arete nan St Maarten ak fo paspò grèk. Twa moun peyi Siri ki te rive nan zile St Maarten Samdi pase ak fo paspò grèk te arete. Twa mesye sa yo te rive abò yon vòl Insel Air ki te soti an Ayiti. Lapolis ape mennen ankèt pou detèmine si wi ou non twa moun sa yo konekte nan bonbadman teworis an Frans.

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