Brazzaville, October 28 (Prensa Latina) The President of the Congo, Denis Sassou Nguesso, spoke with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Rwanda, Vincent Biruta, where he discussed aspects of the close relationship between their two countries. Today the Congolese presidency.
The source said that the dialogue held the previous day allowed us to review the state of bilateral cooperation, especially the agreements reached during the visit of the Congolese President to Kigali in July this year.
In addition, they discussed issues of regional concern, such as the implementation of the African Free Trade Area.
The Chancellor arrived in this capital on Friday to participate in the Three Tropical Forest Basins Summit, which culminates on Saturday with the high-level segment.
And other figures from the region, such as the President of the Union of the Comoros and the person responsible for the interim presidency of the African Union, Ghazali Othmani; The President of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, also traveled to Congo to attend the event.
The summit aims to define strategies, define programs, and agree on investment plans to enhance cooperation and create an information platform for exchanging experiences.
The meeting is supported by the United Nations, the Economic Community of Central African States, partners in the Congo Basin and the Central African Forestry Commission.
The world’s three so-called tropical forest basins, considered the lungs of the planet and guardians of its biodiversity, include the countries associated with the Congo Basin in Africa; The Amazon in Latin America, and the Mekong River, Borneo and Southeast Asia in Asia.
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