Angola/DRC: Hopes for progress on maritime border issue


Issue 403 - 07 Nov 2019 | 2 minute read
Changes of president in Luanda and Kinshasa have not so far delivered any progress in the long-running maritime border dispute between the two countries, but Congolese experts say they are hopeful of movement in the coming months to agree a common border and obtain United Nations approval for it.President Felix Tshisekedi has said he hopes to exploit deep-water oil resources to finance his development plans and fund his free education pledge.

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