US News DRC: In Goma, TshisekedDi announces measures for the victims and defends the state of headquarters

01:05  14 june  2021
01:05  14 june  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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Le président congolais Félix Tshisekedi (image d'illustration) © AP - Ludovic Marine Congolese President Félix Tshisekedi (Illustration Image)

Félix Tshisekedi has been in Goma since Saturday. This Sunday, June 13, he spoke for the first time on the reasons for his trip in that city that was affected by the lava casting in the volcanic eruption of May 22. The Congolese Head of State has made ads that concern humanitarian needs, but also security in the region.

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in the region for ten days, Congolese President is shown reassuring compared to the help to bring to the victims. Félix Tshisekedi has promised to implement everything to accelerate the setting up of temporary housing for more than 15,000 people whose homes have been destroyed. In front of the journalists, he claimed that from Monday, he will visit the sites that were identified in this regard.

Nyiragongo eruption in the DRC: The highly impacted coffee sector

 Nyiragongo eruption in the DRC: The highly impacted coffee sector © AFP - Alexis Huguet A view of the Nyiragongo volcano that overlooks the city of Goma in the DRC (image of illustration). The eruption of the Nyiragongo volcano in the DRC has multiple economic consequences, especially on the coffee sector. The harvest that takes place right now in the area still has to be done, but the treatment of coffee beans and their routing takes behind. Result, planters may lose money. The disorganization of the coffee sector is still touching planters.

He confirmed his government's intention to accelerate the degassing process of the Kivu Lake, to avoid a more serious drama in the future, but also the reflections on the possibility of the extension of the city of Goma. which is about twenty kilometers from the dangerous volcano of Nyiragongo. "But nothing will happen with rush and no one will see his rights violated," he said.

concerning the headquarters in force in Ituri and North Kivu for a little over a month, it will evaluate the progress and weaknesses that remain because, he explains, "everything will be done Not like with a magic wand ". He will thus go to ituri to palpate the security situation. The Congolese Head of State announces that he will go to Beni, this territory prey to a renewed violence.

Still North Kivu, he will travel to Kasindi, at the border with Uganda to meet his counterpart Yoweri Museveni. It will be a question of moving forward on the project to build a road that will connect Goma to Ugandan territory for the purpose of combating businesses related to criminal activities.

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© AFP Photo / Eduardo Sideras President Congolese continued his stay in the east of the DRC, Thursday in Beni and Butembo, in the North -Kivu, before landing in Bunia in Ituri (image of illustration). Congolese President continued his stay in the eastern DRC, Thursday in Beni and Butembo, North Kivu, before landing in Bunia in Ituri. Félix Tshisekedi once again defended the state of headquarters established in these boring provinces.

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