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Rwanda, DR Congo foreign affairs ministers to meet

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Kigali-Rwanda-The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Rwanda and DRC are meeting for the 5th session of Rwanda – DRC Joint Permanent Commission (JPC) on Friday and Saturday this week Great Lakes Voice reports.

1718 May, 2012; is set for a two day session where Government-DRC officials meet to discuss progress in agreed areas of corporation between the two States. This JPC will focus on priority areas of cooperation set out during the last 4th session of Joint Permanent Commission which was held in Kinshasa in 2009.

During the meeting, the two governments will discuss on the different decisions taken during the 4th JPC, the status of their progress, as well as make recommendations on how to continue forward, according to Rwanda foreign affairs ministry statement.

The meeting is set to end with the adoption and reading of recommendations of the 5th JPC and Final Communiqué, as well as closing remarks by both Rwandan and DRC Foreign Ministers.

The Signing ceremony of agreements which will be settled ; adoption and reading the recommendations; Final Communiqué of the 5th JPC and closing remarks by both Rwandan and Congolese Foreign Ministers will take place between 12.00am and 2.30pm.

It’s not clear how the meeting will tackle the issue of Gen. Ntaganda and FDLR’s role in Kivu conflict.

 

 

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