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UPDATED: 09:51, March 29, 2007
DRC, EU hold talks on recent clashes in Kinshasa
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Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the European Union (EU) have harmonized their views on the recent fighting here between militias of former vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba and government forces, the German Ambassador to DRC Karl Albrecht Wokarlek said on Wednesday.

The discussions were positive and no accusations of any kind were leveled by the EU against DRC, though the EU had insisted on expressing its position during a press conference on Tuesday, Wokarlek said after talks with DRC's Foreign Minister Antipas Mbusa Nyamwisi, while ruling out the possibility of suspension of EU cooperation.

The diplomat affirmed that the EU, which has always supported DRC, even during the most difficult moments, would continue to maintain its cooperation with the country.

The EU ambassadors held a press conference during which they took the DRC's government to task over events which took place in Kinshasa on March 22 and 23, causing more than 100 deaths and injuring more than 100 others.

Source: Xinhua

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