The Head of the Democratic Republic of Congo Félix Tshisekedi had an exchange on Tuesday, August 25 with Vincent Karega, Rwandan ambassador stationed in the DRC on several subjects.
According to the presidential press, the meeting between the two personalities focused on security issues.
According to the same source, “the large-scale operations launched since October 2019 in eastern DRC and the fight against armed groups, some of which are of Rwandan origin”, have been scrupulously analyzed by the latter.
Tshisekedi and Karega also talked about development in the Great Lakes region
At the end of the hearing, the representative of Rwanda in the DRC, expressed his satisfaction in relation to the good relations that the two maintain on several levels.
In addition, indicates the presidential press, Vincent Karega declared that President Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, in his capacity as first vice-president of the African Union, plays a big role in the pacification of the region and the DRC where he decided to dismantle all negative forces, including the FDLR which posed a threat to Rwanda.
“Relations between Kinshasa and Kigali are in good shape and as proof there is a Rwandan ambassador in Kinshasa and a DRC ambassador in Kigali; just as there are good trade relations at the border of two countries “, he declared, before adding that” if it were not for COVID-19, we would be much further ahead, we hope that everything will get better and better in the days to come and it will be beneficial for both sides in peace, development and mutual trust. “
As a reminder, Karega was chosen in July 2019 to represent his country in Kinshasa. He was stationed in South Africa.542