Juan Orlando Hernandez, President of Honduras, gives remarks during the graduation ceremony for Enforcement Tactical Teams from Honduras and Guatemala held at Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Training Facility on June 2, 2017. He will be in Miami on Thursday and Friday to attend the Conference on Prosperity and Security co-sponsored by the United States and Mexico.
Juan Orlando Hernandez, President of Honduras, gives remarks during the graduation ceremony for Enforcement Tactical Teams from Honduras and Guatemala held at Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Training Facility on June 2, 2017. He will be in Miami on Thursday and Friday to attend the Conference on Prosperity and Security co-sponsored by the United States and Mexico. Sebastian Enrique Ballestas Buel sballestas@miamiherald.com
Juan Orlando Hernandez, President of Honduras, gives remarks during the graduation ceremony for Enforcement Tactical Teams from Honduras and Guatemala held at Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Training Facility on June 2, 2017. He will be in Miami on Thursday and Friday to attend the Conference on Prosperity and Security co-sponsored by the United States and Mexico. Sebastian Enrique Ballestas Buel sballestas@miamiherald.com

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