In a speech to the federation of enterprises in Belgium (VBO-feb), the Congolese president, FĂ©lix Tshisekedi, Belgian companies have warmed up to in the Congo to invest in it. He is arguing that he and his new government will work to create peace and stability in the country. “We are in a new era of battlefield,” said Tshisekedi.

Tshisekedi, who, last year, came to power after disputed elections in Belgium for a first official visit. This has to be the relations with the Congo, who, under the previous president, Joseph Kabila has declined to were, to breathe new life into.

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After you have the political contacts in the morning and a reception with the king, in the afternoon, it was the afternoon it’s the turn of the business world. The Congo also hopes to strengthen the economic ties and to strengthen the Belgian investment. That is, it is not self-evident in international rankings of investeringsvriendelijke countries dangle the Congo, namely, to the bottom of it. The country is faced with corruption, violence and poor infrastructure, and will remain, above all, is one of the poorest countries in the world.