Kinshasa, October 7th, 2021 (CPA) – The Deputy Minister in charge of Foreign Affairs, Samy Adubango exchanged in turn on Thursday, in his office, with the country representative of UNICEF, Edouard Beigbeder, the secretary of Hungarian State in charge of Humanitarian Affairs and Sustainable Development, Tristzn Azbej, the Ambassador of Serbia in DRC Miroljub Jevtic, the Ambassador of South Sudan as well as with the Affairs Manager of DRC in the Netherlands, Prof. Thomas Pierre Nzeza Koko, and the General Director of the International Center of Bantu Civilizations (CICIBA), Prof. Antoine Manda Tchebwa.
At the end of the interview, the country representative of the United Nations Children’s Fund indicated that he had informed the deputy minister of the exhortation addressed to the Congolese government to endow UNICEF with a concession to officially house its headquarters in DRC.
For his part, the Hungarian Secretary of State in charge of Humanitarian Affairs and Sustainable Development, in brief stay in DRC, addressed the strengthening of bilateral relations between Hungary and DRC.
While welcoming the significant advances in bilateral cooperation between the two countries, he praised the development of DRC which, according to him, heralds the era of stability and emergence.
In addition, the new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Serbia presented the Deputy Minister in charge of Foreign Affairs with figurative copies of his credentials.
With the Ambassador of South Sudan in DRC, Deputy Minister Samy Adubango Awotho discussed ways and means to find a favorable outcome regarding the arrest of three Congolese on Sudanese soil.