CONGOLESE NEWS AGENCY (ACP) announces that the president of the democratic Republic of Congo, Felix Tshisekedi, as First vice-president of the African Union (AU) took part, Tuesday October 6, by videoconference from Goma, to the meeting of the office of the conference of this organization.
The Head of State exchanged in interaction with his South-African colleague president Cyrille Ramaphosa and the president of the AU Commission, Moussa Faki, on the management of the pandemia of Covid-19 in Africa, ACP specifies.
Facing the disputes in connection with the erection of the new municipality, FORUM DES AS mentions: "Minembwe will remain anchored to Congo, Fatshi reassures ". From Goma where he went on October 5, the Head of State promises to invest himself so that this portion is not the object of balkanization.
In another register, purely diplomatic, L’AVENR reports that: DRC-Burundi: "Tshisekedi and Ndayishimiye involve in". On mission in Bujumbura, the minister of State in charge of the Foreign Affairs, Marie Tumba Nzeza transmitted, Monday October 5, a message of the president of the DRC to his Burundian colleague, L’AVENIR reveals. This daily newspaper indicates that the specific contents not having been revealed to the press, Marie Tumba Nzeza however declared that the exchanges with president Evariste Ndayishimiye related to stabilization, peace, the safety and the development of the trade.
In one of its articles, AFRIKA NEWS, on its side, is interested in the mobilization of the receipts after the re-establishment of the authority of the State to Kasumbalesa while mentioning: "the DGDA warms up the co-operation with the Zambian customs". To strengthen the customs co-operation between the Zambian and Congolese administrations, Jean Baptise Nkongolo Kabila holds, this tabloid estimates. Of return from an official mission to Lusaka, in Zambia, where he attended in a high level bipartite meeting, the number one of the General Administration of the customs and excises (DGDA) made proposals to reorganize all the frontier stations, in accordance with the good international practices.
Within another framework, purely economic, the same newspaper adds that Sele Yalaghuli greets the action of the IMF "This International Monetary Fund will allow the DRC to reduce its debt and to face the impact of the pandemia of Covid-19", was delighted the Minister responsible of Finance mentioned in this newspaper. It is good news for the 28 countries quailed as poorest in the world. Kristina Georgieva, Chief Executive of the International Monetary (the IMF) created the hope while announcing, Tuesday October 6, via his Twitter account, the extension of the reduction of the debt servicing of the 28 poorest countries until April 2021 in order to help them to better boost their economy and to support their population for this period of the world economic crisis caused by the pandemia of coronavirus, one can read in the columns of this media.
Corneille Kinsala N’soki