Ambassador Pham Hai Anh, Charge d’affaires of Vietnam to the United Nations (U.N.), voiced his concern over prolonged instability in the DR Congo where civilians have become the main target of armed groups.
He also expressed his concern over the humanitarian situation and called for further support for the U.N.’s humanitarian fund in the DR Congo.
The diplomat emphasised the necessity to look for solutions to underlying causes of instability and violence through new and advanced strategies that will ensure the protection of civilians, restore State authority, natural resources management and security improvement.
He underlined the significance of cooperation between the DR Congo and neighboring countries and region and crucial support of the international community for the efforts.
At the meeting, Bintou Keita, Special Representative of the U.N. Secretary-General and Head of MONUSCO, presented an overview of the Secretary-General's latest report on the country in the past three months.
Challenges regarding the protection of civilians in the country's eastern provinces still exist, she remarked.
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