Security was among the many primary matters mentioned on Monday, July 25 in Kinshasa in the course of the twenty first common session of the Conference of Heads of State and Government of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS). Regarding the concern of M23, no sturdy announcement, however adaptation to what has already been completed by different sub-regional organizations.
as reported from Kinshasa, Patient Ligodi
As all members in these conferences, the DRC and Rwanda every introduced the safety state of affairs of their nation in the course of the closed session decreed on the event. Kinshasa and Kigali primarily returned to the disaster involving the armed group M23, a motion whose resurgence has poisoned relations between the 2 nations for months.
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According to a diplomat who attended this closed session, the exchanges occurred in an ambiance of conviviality and serenity. At the tip of the assaults, the heads of state and authorities within the area adhered to the Luanda roadmap concerning the cessation of hostilities by the M23 and its speedy withdrawal from the positions at the moment occupied.
Regarding this pressure between Kinshasa and Kigali, Félix Tshisekedi, who can also be the present president of ECCAS, lamented the state of affairs and hoped that relations would return to regular with “the goodwill and determination of all”.
There was no bilateral assembly between Kigali delegates and their Congolese hosts yesterday, however different conferences are deliberate in the following few weeks between the 2 events as a part of the de-escalation course of.
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