Luanda — The Heads of State of Angola, South Africa and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have decided to create a tripartite mechanism of relation and co-operation, meant to safeguard the favorable conditions to the implementation of the framework for the peaceful resolution of the crisis and conflict in the DRC, Angop has learnt.
This is expressed on a final communiqué of the summit among the heads of State of Angola, José Eduardo dos Santos, South Africa, Jacob Zuma, and DRC, Joseph Kabila.
On the occasion, the heads of State reaffirmed the importance of the mentioned accord as the adjusted perspective for the peaceful resolution of the crisis in DRC, safeguarding its territorial integrity and sovereignty as indispensable conditions for the social and economic development of this country, peace and security and stability in the region and the democratic process.
Thus, the Presidents of Angola, South Africa and DRC reiterated their support to the efforts of the President Joseph Kabila and of his Government in seeking peace, stability and development of that country.
The statesmen met to analyze the current situation in DRC and make a consultation for the implementation of the framework accord for peace, stability and co-operation in that country, signed on March 23, in Ethiopia.