Head of State expected Monday in Brazzaville

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Kinshasa, December 5th, 2021(CPA) .- The Head of State, Félix Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, is expected Monday in Brazzaville, capital of the Republic of Congo, for a working visit, the ACP learned on Sunday, from a source close to the Presidency . This visit, of a few hours, will take place within the framework of the Tripartite between the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Republic of Congo and the Republic of Angola represented, it is announced, by their heads of state, respectively, Félix Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, Denis Sassou Nguesso and Joâo Lourenço. In addition, it is said, the 3 presidents will participate in the signing ceremony of the energy collaboration protocol between the three countries, at the Hall of the People’s Palace, located in the Municipality of Mongali, in Brazzaville. The President of the Republic of the Congo, Denis Sassou Nguesso, recently participated, at the head of a large delegation, in the Men’s Conference on positive masculinity organized, in Kinshasa, at the initiative of President Tshisekedi, in his capacity President-in-Office of the African Union (AU). Brother country The Republic of Congo, a brother country, has, in the opinion of the speakers, also constituted the largest delegation to respond to the Kinshasa meeting. Sassou Nguesso’s participation in the Conference on positive masclunity was marked by his intervention, much applauded at the Congo River Hotel, on the rich experience of the Republic of Congo in the fight against all forms of discrimination and violence against women and girls. The first official visit to Brazzaville soil of President Félix Tshisekedi dates from Thursday, February 7th,  2019, after his election, as part of a sub-regional tour that took him first to Luanda, Angola, then to Naïrobi, Kenya. He had been entitled, as is the tradition of the two Congos, to an imposing walkabout, in addition to the strong DR Congolese colony based in Brazzaville which had massively mobilized to give him a warm welcome, recalls- Head of State orders government to update COVID-19 measures