As of 9 July 2021, the pursuit of suspects connected to the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse continues in Port-au-Prince. Reports indicate that Haitian authorities have detained 17 foreigners believed to be involved in the event, including two individuals with dual U.S.-Haitian citizenship, as well as at least six former members of the Colombian army. Haiti’s National Police Chief claimed that 15 of the suspects in custody are from Colombia. Haitian security personnel captured 11 suspects during the early hours of 9 July during an attempted break-in of the Taiwanese Embassy in the capital Port-au-Prince, although the identities and motives of these individuals remain unknown. Authorities killed at least three additional alleged mercenaries involved with the attack and remain in pursuit of eight others. One of the Haitian Americans detained reportedly served as a former security guard at the Canadian Embassy in the capital Port-au-Prince. Following reports of Colombian ties among those detained, Colombian President Iván Duque ordered his army and police leaders to dispatch an investigation team to collaborate with Haitian officials. Toussaint L’ouverture Airport (MTPP/PAP), located in Port-au-Prince, is scheduled to reopen on 9 July. Haiti’s border with the Dominican Republic remains closed.