Visa-free borders between DRC and South Sudan will soon open

The President of the Republic (right) and Ambassador Albino Aboug

Kinshasa, January 10th, 2022 (CPA) – The Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan will soon open their borders, without visas, in favor of their two respective peoples, Ambassador Albino Aboug told reporters. Special of President Salva Kiir of South Sudan, at the end of the audience that the President of the Republic, Felix-Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, granted him on Monday, in the evening, at the City of the African Union.

The envoy of President Salva Kiir said that this way of proceeding will allow the peoples of the two countries to exercise their businesses without many constraints at the level of the borders.

Head of State meets with Ambassador of South Sudan

For Ambassador Aboug, DRC and South Sudan have a lot of resources and it is time for them to be exploited, for the benefit of their two peoples, adding that the two Heads of State will meet very soon, either in the DRC or in South Sudan, with a view to finalizing the said project.

« This is the time for African peoples to benefit from their natural resources, » he said.

Condolences to President Herzog of Israel

In addition, President Felix-Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, during a telephone interview, the same Monday evening, offered his condolences to his Israeli counterpart, Isaac Herzog, following the death of his mother.

The two Heads of State, on this occasion, discussed the excellence of the relations existing between Kinshasa and Tel Aviv. President Herzog, meanwhile, thanked President Felix-Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo for his last visit to Israel, which, he said, was greatly appreciated by all the people of Israel. ACP /