The state of siege at the center of exchanges between the military governor of North Kivu and the Ambassadors of Canada and Sweden


Goma, May 22nd, 2021 (CPA).- The state of siege decreed in North Kivu and Ituri as well as various priorities in the region were last Thursday at the center of the talks held by the military governor of North Kivu, the Lieutenant General Constant Ndima Kongba, with the ambassadors of Canada and Sweden in the DRC, on a working visit to Goma. Military Governor Constant Ndima surrounded by the ambassadors of Canada and Sweden Respect for human rights, democratic development, respect for gender equality and the materialization of common values ​​between states are the points raised by the two parties, the two diplomats respectively told the press. Access to humanitarian aid and freedom of the media are two other topics that featured on the agenda of the talks between the head of the provincial executive and his hosts, who noted the good collaboration between MONUSCO and the Congolese authorities. The joint cooperation of Canada and Sweden with the DRC is based on several axes, including the training of the Congolese national police in the area of ​​gender-based violence. ACP/