RDC says at good understanding with Congo republic

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By Josephine Lukoya

Kishansha-The interior minister of the DRC, Adolphe Lumanu said he smoothed his differences with his counterpart from Congo Brazzaville, Raymond Zéphyrin Mboulou, about the attack in Lukolela.

Their meeting, Tuesday, October 11 in Brazzaville, followed the attack on the village of DRC (province in Ecuador) occurred on the night of Thursday 6 Friday, October 7.

Five armed men accused of plotting an attack on the village of Lukolela were transferred to Kinshasa Sunday, October 9 from Mbandaka, the capital of the Province of Ecuador.

“The differences (between the DRC and Congo), there was none. There may be differences in terms, but not different options. We [the government BEYOND DRC] have simply relayed the information to be hot that we have collected, but nowhere was there any question of accusing anyone let alone the government of Congo Brazzaville. ”

He said that “the two Congos are condemned to live together. ”

The DRC authorities had claimed that the alleged assailants in the town of Lukolela had come from Congo Brazzaville.

The Interior Minister of Congo Brazzaville, Raymond Zéphyrin Mboulou was then told AFP that “the attack and the arrests were a sham justification for not holding elections in the DRC.”

“If those who organize these elections are not ready, they just have to say. This attack and the arrests are nothing but a counterfeit, “he added.


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