Southern Africa: Angola - Tripartite Meeting Analyzes Situation in DR Congo
The prevailing situation in eastern DR Congo will be considered on Friday in Johannesburg, during the tripartite meeting amongst the foreign ministers of Angola, South Africa and DR Congo said to Angop, the head of the Angolan diplomacy, Georges Chikoti.
The meeting of South Africa will take place under the Tripartite Mechanism Ratio and Combined Cooperation amongst the DRC, Angola and RSA, to strengthen the implementation of strategies of the mechanism.
Created in Luanda, the mechanism aims to ensure the concerted application of positions of the Framework Agreement for peace, stability and cooperation in the DRC and in the Great Lakes, with the involvement of neighboring countries, regional organizations and the UN.
On Wednesday, Georges Chikoti travelled to DR Congo, as a special envoy of the President of the Republic, José Eduardo dos Santos, in order to hand over a message to the Head of State of Congo, Joseph Kabila.
Without revealing the content of the letter, the minister said that "the same results from the bilateral process that Angola has responsibility under the presidency of the International Conference of the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR)".