U.S. President Joe Biden said Thursday that Washington has “no plans” to send U.S. troops to the country in the wake of the Haitian leader’s death in a terrorist attack.
The U.S. president made the remarks after Port-Au-Prince officials requested military assistance to the conflict-torn country. News from AFP.
Speaking at a joint news conference with visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Biden said, “We are only sending American Marines to ensure the security of our embassy in that country. But at the moment, Washington has no plans to send US troops to Haiti.