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The Democratic Republic of Congo, has announced it will boycott two planned UN events focusing on the Central African nation, because it was not consulted on the agenda or expected outcome.
This was announced to the media by President Joseph Kabila’s Top Advisor, Barnabe Kikaya Bin Karubi.
There is a planned meeting, today to be hosted by Germany and UN Peacekeeping Chief, Jean-Pierre Lacroix, for Special Envoys on Central Africa.
Mr. Karibu, said the government is aware the DRC will be the main issue to be discussed.
A second Ministerial meeting organised by the UN is scheduled tomorrow to review all aspects of problems facing the DRC.
Congo’s Top Advisor says the problem is that the meetings were planned without consultations with the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
He however said the government has written to all the hosts and the UN, explaining why they can not attend the events.

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