Christophe Mboso pleads for a « Solidarity Fund for Peace » in the DRC

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Kinshasa, November 22nd, 2021 (CPA)  .- The President of the National Assembly, Christophe Mboso pleaded on Saturday for the establishment of a « Solidarity Fund for Peace » in the DRC and Africa, in his speech delivered at the « Global Leader » award ceremony, at the People’s Palace, by the International « Sun Hak History » Institute and the Federation for Universal Peace (FPU). Christophe Mboso, who was elevated to the rank of ambassador for peace, estimated that this fund will contribute to the peace effort in Africa and the DRC, before stressing the need to silence the guns on the continent. « I accept this prize with humility, because this distinction is not an end in itself, but rather an incentive to persevere in the search for the rooting of the culture of peace which is not a given acquired in DRC « , explained the speaker of the lower house of parliament. The President of the National Assembly affirmed that he was committed, alongside the President of the Republic, Félix Tshisekedi, to support him in his vision of creating the conditions for lasting peace inside and outside the country DRC.

Addressing the countries neighboring the DRC, he reiterated the firm will of the DRC to live with its neighbors in peace and with mutual respect for the sovereignty of each State and each people. For him, strengthening the conditions of peace to boost the development of our country is one of the major priorities assigned by the Head of State. He particularly invited, on this occasion, the Congolese lost in armed groups to come to their senses because, he said, « every time they kill a father, a mother, a brother, a sister, etc. ‘is God, his father, his mother, his brother, his sister that they kill ”. The Sun Hak International Institute of History, which awarded the « Global Leader » prize to Christophe Mboso, celebrated on Saturday the 40th anniversary of its creation. Each year, this South Korean institute rewards people who have dedicated their lives to the service of humanity and the ideal of peace.