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Angola: Final Communiqué of Tripartite Summit, Angola, Republic of Angola, Ministry of External Relations
Source: Issued by: Department of International Relations and Cooperation
Source Date: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Focus: Internet Governance
Country: Angola
Created: Aug 28, 2013

The three Heads of State reaffirmed the Framework-Agreement as the most important and realistic initiative for a peaceful settlement of the crisis and conflict in the Eastern DRC, safeguarding her sovereignty and territorial integrity as an essential condition for the economic and social development of this country, peace, security and stability in the region and the process of regional integration.
The three Heads of State also witnessed the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between Angola, DRC and South Africa on the establishment of a Tripartite Mechanism on Dialogue and Cooperation, taking into account common interests between the Parties and the need to establish a strategic cooperation to consolidate peace, security, stability and economic cooperation.
The Presidents of Angola and South Africa renewed their support for the efforts undertaken by HE President Joseph Kabila Kabange and his Government in the quest for peace, stability and development in the DRC.
Taking note of the desire expressed by the Conference for the Great Lakes Region and SADC to hold a joint summit in Luanda, Republic of Angola, aimed at taking stock of the implementation of the Framework-Agreement, the Heads of State expressed their support for the joint Summit and hoped that it would be held within the shortest possible time preferably before the upcoming UN General Assembly.
Presidents José Eduardo dos Santos, Jacob Zuma and Joseph Kabila Kabange expressed their deep concern regarding the escalation of violence in the Arab Republic of Egypt. In this regard, the three Heads of State urged the transitional authorities in Egypt, particularly the security forces, to act with restraint. They also urged the African Union and the International Community to continue to play an active role in the settlement of the crisis that prevails in Egypt and assist the country to return to constitutional normalcy.
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