Haiti’s newly selected Prime Minister Garry Conille was discharged from a hospital Sunday after spending a night in treatment for an undisclosed condition.

In a video published on YouTube, Conille said he felt well and was “ready” to continue to help steer the country out of its current security crisis by forming a government that will also prioritise issues like health care.

Conille arrived in Haiti on June 1 after a transitional council selected him as the nation’s new prime minister.

Gang violence remains relentless in the Caribbean country.

Three police officers were killed on Sunday, and a fourth one is missing.

Synapoha, a police union, says the officers were part of a new anti-gang unit.