The Dominican Canadian Chamber of Commerce (CANCHAMRD) Congratulates the Government of Canada and the efforts of Canadian Ambassador Christine Laberge for their solidarity with the Dominican people in the face of the said country’s rapid response to President Luis Abenader’s request to rescue the trapped miners in Cerro Maimon.
Through its CEO, Gustavo de Hostos, CANCHAMRD, he reports that the accredited Canadian diplomatic mission in the country headed by Ambassador LaBerge was able to direct a military aircraft shipment with high-tech equipment from Canada to assist technicians with the access work. Rescued miners Tuesday, August 9th.
Likewise, the CEO highlighted the valuable collaboration of Michelle Cohen, the Dominican ambassador in Ottawa, the capital of Canada, who has been known to have done everything in her power to streamline operations.
In this arrangement, de Hostos thanked God and the Dominican authorities, as well as the efforts of the company operating the mine, for saving Gregory Mendes and Carlos Ypez.
For her part, Christine Laberge, the Canadian ambassador to the country, expressed her happiness with the news of the rescue, noting the practice of brotherhood and governance between the two countries, ratification of her country’s commitment to the Dominican people, since then, according to what was reported. It is one of the far-reaching destinations for its citizens, he says.
“The Canadian diplomatic mission in the Dominican Republic shares the joy of the Dominican people at the news of the rescue of miners Gregory Mendes and Carlos Ypez,” said the Canadian ambassador to the Dominican Republic.