Santo Domingo.- The Dominican Republic has adopted security measures on the border with Haiti to prevent fuel trafficking to that country, where a shortage has shuttered most gas stations to close.
Defense minister Rubén Dario Paulino announced that a multiagency commission has been deployed in the area “to control smuggling and fuel transfer at our border.” Continue reading
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