In recent days, the National Follow-up Mechanism of the Addis Ababa Framework Agreement has been developing contacts with various political and diplomatic figures.
The new leadership team of the National Monitoring Mechanism of the Addis Ababa Framework Agreement is determined to fulfill their respective missions, including peace and socio-economic stability in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and throughout region. This justifies the many contacts for some time with the various donors.
The Development Partners Coordination and the National Monitoring Mechanism (MNS) are exploring the possibilities of implementing development projects in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
With this in mind, the coordinator of the MNS, Claude Ibalanky, received in audience the adviser for the coordination of international aid and the coordination group of partners, Michel Champredon. The two personalities exchanged on the possibilities of establishing a permanent contact in order to make fruitful development projects in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
“I thank the coordinator of the National Follow-up Mechanism for this interview. It’s a first contact. My presence here was just to try to see how to establish contact between the subjects for which he is in charge of coordinating on behalf of the President of the Republic and the coordination of the donors in development which I am in charge of under the responsibility of the European Union and the United Nations, so that development projects in the Democratic Republic of the Congo can flourish. We want to ensure that international cooperation is revived in the aftermath of the elections and this political transition that is under way, “said Michel Champredon, after the interview with the coordinator of the MNS.
He added: “The coordinator of the National Monitoring Mechanism is a committed and voluntary leader. He has a lot of enthusiasm and a willingness to act. When positive ideas meet, it gives good.
In recent days, the new management team of the National Follow-up Mechanism of the Addis Ababa Framework Agreement has been developing contacts with various political and diplomatic leaders. In the opinion of some specialists, this is a strong signal for this new team led by Clade Ibalanky. Signals that translate, according to specialists, a desire to do better.
For other analysts, the National Monitoring Mechanism is a “secular arm of the government for the implementation of the Framework Agreement for Peace, Security and Cooperation in the Great Lakes Region. As such, they argue, the many meetings recently observed at the MNS are explained by the fact that the head of state, Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, is banking on the restoration of the authority of the State throughout the whole of the Republic.
The Head of State also wants national reconciliation as well as regional ownership of the Addis Ababa Framework Agreement with neighboring countries such as Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda and other countries. East to hope for lasting peace internally and in the region.
A few minutes after Michel Champredon, the new management team of the MNS met with a group of traditional authorities who came to testify their support and accompaniment to Claude Ibalanky and his collaborators, newly appointed by the President of the Republic