SADC to Deploy Neutral Force in DR Congo


The Southern African Development Community will send neutral troops to DR Congo, as the region tries to deal with the conflict between the M23 rebels and the government.
  • Southern Africa:  SADC to Provide 4,000 Troops in DR Congo

    Tanzania Daily News, 10 December 2012

    SOUTHERN African countries have vowed to provide 4,000 troops for a neutral force in eastern Democractic Republic of Congo (DRC) where rebels have waged a rebellion. read more »

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  • Angola:  Summit Approves Integration of Neutral Military Forces in DRC

    Angola Press Agency, 9 December 2012

    The SADC decided on Saturday to send a Standby Force in the eastern region of DR Congo with a group under supervision of the International Neutral Forces (FIN), to guarantee peace ... read more »

  • Southern Africa:  SADC Summit Pledges Continued Support for DRC

    Angola Press Agency, 10 December 2012

    The Extraordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) held in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, has decided to continue assisting the ... read more »

  • Southern Africa:  SADC Summit Concludes

    Biz-Community, 10 December 2012

    President Jacob Zuma has concluded a successful working visit to the United Republic of Tanzania, where he led a South African delegation to the Southern African Development ... read more »

  • Southern Africa:  Regional Leaders Speak on Madagascar, DR Congo, Zimbabwe

    South African Government, 10 December 2012

    1. The Extraordinary Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) was held in Dar es Salaam, United Republic of Tanzania from 7 ... read more »

  • Southern Africa:  Region's Peace Tops SADC Agenda

    Tanzania Daily News, 8 December 2012

    THE security situation in the region topped the agenda of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Troika on Peace, Defence and Security meeting held in Dar es Salaam on ... read more »