President Jacob Zuma has arrived in Kinshasa,
Democratic Republic of Congo to attend the 9th session of the
Bi-National Commission between South Africa and the DRC.
The SA-DRC BNC was preceded by a ministerial
meeting held on Thursday.
During their official talks, the two presidents
reviewed a wide range of bilateral, regional and international issues.
Presidential spokesperson Bongani Majola explains….
“ President Jacob Zuma is now in Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo
where he is co-chairing with President Kabanga the 9th Bi-National
Commission between South Africa and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Majola added that “This is one of the instruments of co-operation between the two counties
which have seen them cooperating on many areas including Health, Security,
Transport, Police as well as other areas of trade.”
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