Luanda - The current situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) topped the audience the Angolan head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, granted Friday in Luanda, to the special envoy of President Joseph Kabila.
Speaking to the press at the end of the meeting, the special envoy Antoine Ghonda said that he has come to Luanda to talk with the Angolan leader and acting chairperson of the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) on the prevailing situation in the
"President Kabila has sent me to let you know that whenever DRC is found trouble, Angola has never hesitated to stand by its side. That is why it is important to come and explain clearly on the situation that prevails in DRC," he said.
If necessary the claims should be made at the diplomatic level and not by arms, defended Antoine Ghonda , who considered worrying the situation prevailing in the northern region of Kivu, which records military actions perpetrated by rebels supported by Rwanda.
Kabila's envoy stressed the need to focus on international diplomacy so that the peace return to the region. On the other hand, he highlighted the existing brotherhood ties between Angola and the DRC, as well as both countries' economic interests.