Invasion of Ukraine: Christophe Lutundula discusses with four G7 ambassadors


Kinshasa, March 3rd, 2022 (CPA) – The Deputy Prime Minister, Minister in charge of Foreign Affairs, Christophe Lutundula, discussed on Wednesday, in his office, with four G7 ambassadors in DRC, namely, François Pujolas of France, Benoît-Pierre Laramee from Canada, Dr. Olivier Schnakenberg from Germany, Minami Hiro from Japan, on the situation in Ukraine.

The French Ambassador, François Pujolas, indicated after the talks that the four ambassadors discussed with the Deputy Prime Minister on the new situation created by the invasion of Ukraine.

« It’s a discussion process to see what we can do together, before the vote at UN General Assembly which will be held very soon. We shared the principle of our attachment to the United Nations Charter, respect for sovereignty and human rights”, he said.

According to François Pujolas, this aggression is a violation of the United Nations Charter, adding that these are issues that concern both DRC and Africa.

“We are together; we share the same point of view regarding respect for the international order and human rights. We are also in favor of respecting the movements of populations for whom we must ensure security”, added Canadian Ambassador Benoît-Pierre Laramee.